• Physical & Digital Organizing (GTD NYC)

    27 E 28th St

    Join us this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we discuss navigating between physical and digital organizing when practicing GTD. This month, we're hosted at WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Tenlegs. Thank John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. Physical & Digital Organizing (~8:15 - 8:45 PM) Organizing is considered the third step of the GTD Workflow Diagram/Map, and it's really a skill-set and systems blended together to make your GTD practice run smoothly. One of the first considerations you need to make when implementing your GTD practice is whether to go paper or digital, and how to organize your physical and digital information across your system(s). In this month's Meetup, we are going to discuss how to navigate the physical-digital organizing divide whether you're new to GTD or you're a long-time practitioner. Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) or Getting Things Done Workbook (https://amzn.to/2M08gy9) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity (GTD NYC)

    Join us this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we discuss David Allen's new book (co-authored with Dr. Brandon Hall), The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Move to Stress-Free Productivity. This month, we're hosted by WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Tenlegs. Thanks John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity (~8:15 - 8:45 PM) Starting your Getting Things Done (GTD) practice is tough. You read the book, you try the Clean Sweep, or you double back and start messing with tools and setting up lists and horizons. Thankfully, David Allen has partnered with his long-time colleague/instructional design expert, Dr. Brandon Hall, to bring us The Getting Things Done Workbook: 10 Moves to Stress-Free Productivity. For October, we are going to discuss the contrast between reading Getting Things Done and this new GTD Workbook. * * * Ray has a surprise for those in attendance who want to dive deeper into the 10 moves of the GTD Workbook! * * * If you have already purchased a copy of The GTD Workbook (https://amzn.to/2M08gy9), feel free to bring that along. Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • Productivity Summit 2019

    Needs a location

    Productivity Summit (https://productivitysummit.org) is Ray Sidney-Smith‘s brainchild, contemplated almost five years ago, when Ray thought it would be really great to bring together all the personal productivity enthusiasts he knew with all the productivity experts​ he had come to know in the industry. After many iterations and finally realizing the technology could make it happen, this virtual summit is what has come of that idea. Productivity Summit is a two-day, four-track virtual summit about personal productivity, organization, technology and business development. Unlike other virtual summits that are pre-recorded presentations released on a schedule, this is a remote conference with over 40 expert speakers presenting in real-time. It’s primarily catering to professionals and executives interested in becoming more productive, organized and technologically capable in their productive lives. The conference runs Friday and Saturday, October 4 and 5, 2019 from 9am to 5pm US Eastern (plus 5pm to 6pm US Eastern for after-conference, optional networking/social virtual events). Video replays of all the recorded sessions will be available through Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 4:59 PM US Eastern, so those unable to attend can still enjoy the summit; we have a Premium Ticket available for those who want to get lifetime access to video/audio replays. You must register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/productivity-virtual-summit-2019-tickets-48107518884 ***What to Expect*** Productivity Summit has four tracks: 1. Productivity – how to be more productive using principles, strategies and techniques. 2. Technology – what and how to use specific technologies to get things done. 3. Organization – how to get your home or office more organized, and dealing with clutter and disorganization. 4. Business Development – for those looking to build or grow their businesses more effectively and efficiently. Productivity Summit is free to attend live, and it’s all accessible through your Web browser. We have a panel discussion moderated by Ray Sidney-Smith, entitled, “The Future of Productivity Technology,” with productivity technology experts from leading companies in the industry on Friday, October 4, 2019. Our technology panelists include Ted Roden (Fancy Hands), Troy Christmas (TaskClone), Michael Sliwinski (Nozbe), Christina Willner (Amazing Marvin), and Andrew Malcolm (Evernote). Then, on Saturday, October 5, 2019, Demir Bentley, of Lifehack Bootcamp and Lifehack Tribe, will be keynoting the Summit with his presentation, “The Biggest Cover Up In Productivity History.” We have much more planned, so check out the website to see all the engagement opportunities at Productivity Summit (https://productivitysummit.org). ***Next Step*** RSVP for Productivity Summit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/productivity-virtual-summit-2019-tickets-48107518884 ! Then, sit back and you will be receiving a few messages from Ray Sidney-Smith a week or so before the conference, walking you through how to get the most out of Productivity Summit. We really do want it to be the most productive two days of your life!

  • Member-Presentation: Michelle Gunn (GTD NYC)

    27 E 28th St

    Join us for this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, where we get to look over the shoulder of a fellow, longtime GTDer for tips and techniques they've learned that will help us level up our own Getting Things Done-inspired productivity systems! This month, we have Michelle Gunn (who also hosts the GTD Virtual Study Group podcast) doing the member-presentation this month. This month, we're hosted by WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Tenlegs. Thank John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. Member-Presentation: Michelle Gunn (~8:15 - 8:45 PM) Come see Michelle Gunn demo her GTD-inspired productivity system, to see what parts might be useful to yours. Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • Evernote – The Ultimate Inbox for GTD (GTD NYC)

    Join us this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we have a guest expert, Stacey Harmon , present "Evernote – The Ultimate Inbox for GTD." This month, we're hosted by WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Bluespace. Thanks John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. "Evernote – The Ultimate Inbox for GTD" with Stacey Harmon, Evernote Certified Consultant (~8:00 - 8:45 PM) “You should have as many in-trays as you need and as few as you can get by with. You need this function to be available to you in every context, since things you’ll want to capture may show up almost anywhere.” - David Allen, Getting Things Done®. It is no wonder that so many GTD practitioners have flocked to Evernote as their tool for GTD. No other software tool matches the capture power of Evernote across every context. Evernote is the ultimate inbox for GTD. Learn why in this presentation by Evernote Regional Leader and Evernote Certified Consultant Stacey Harmon (https://www.harmonenterprises.com). Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone With GTD (GTD NYC)

    Join us this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we discuss the importance and how-to of getting out of your comfort zone while getting things done...with Getting Things Done! This month, we're hosted by WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Tenlegs. Thanks John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone With GTD (~8:15 - 8:45 PM) No pain, no gain. There is no growth without discomfort. Comfort kills momentum. You've likely heard these phrases before and maybe you let it resonate with you, maybe you didn't. However, there is a growing body of work around the state of "optimal anxiety" that plays into the Engaging/Doing step of Getting Things Done. That's what I'd like us to discuss at this month's Meetup. How do you find your comfort zone? How do you determine it's possibly not serving you properly? And, how do you get out of it in order to get things done? Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • GTD|REFRESH: The Five Stages of GTD Workflow (GTD NYC)

    Join us this month's Getting Things Done NYC Productivity Group Meetup event, as we do an overview of the GTD Workflow Map. * * * We'll be raffling off three printed copies with accompanying DVDs of the GTD Workflow Map! * * * This month, we're hosted by WeWork, thanks to John Chidiac, Tenlegs. Thanks John when you see him! (If you have any difficulties finding the place or getting in, call John at[masked].) I. Agenda, Introductions & Challenges Forum (6:45 PM) A. Mix & Mingle (6:45 - 7:00 PM) Time to get coffee or water, settle in and complete the Challenges Forum signup form before the GTD NYC Meetup begins. Please arrive in enough time so we can start on time! B. Introductions - (7:00-7:05 PM) Each member will introduce yourself briefly, telling us what you do professionally, your GTD experience, and a recent success with your productivity implementation and/or life. C. Challenges Forum - (7:30 PM) We'll give 3-4 minutes each to have the group help members with solutions to challenges we may be facing currently in life or work circumstances with our productivity system. These are specific productivity challenges and only one challenge per member for time's sake, for those who sign up. RSVP and arrive early as we only have limited slots for first-come-first-served participants in the Challenges Forum! II. GTD|REFRESH: The Five Stages of GTD Workflow (~8:15 - 8:45 PM) A few times per year, we do a Meetup that deep-dives into one of the core tenets of the GTD principles. For June, we are going to be covering the five stages of the workflow diagram/map, as explained in Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) by David Allen. As Allen explains, the workflow diagram/map is the fundamental steps that one moves "stuff" (mental, digital and physical) through in order to define and ultimately engage with what needs to be acted on. We will cover what each stage is, their importance, and tips and tricks to get better at getting better at them! Please feel free to bring your copy of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (https://amzn.to/2FllWn1) for reference, your questions and thoughts! III. GTD Resource Sharing (8:45 PM) Each attendee can offer a book title, recent blog or magazine article, tip, tool, app, service or item that has helped you. You may share any productivity resource that has helped you on your journey. I encourage everyone to bring some kind of GTD or personal productivity resource they know about or use to offer to the group! IV. Announcements / Closing Remarks (8:50 PM) Upcoming Meetup events, and additional programs, announcements will be given. If you are not receiving the Meetup notifications about Meetups and our other productivity activities (e.g., Productivity Book Group ( http://productivitybookgroup.org/ ), #ProdChat, the weekly Twitter chat ( http://rsidneysmith.com/prodchat )), and sign up directly here for email notifications ( https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/e3q4p6 ). All other announcements must be sent to the Meetup Organizer via a Meetup message to announce to the group, at his/her sole discretion. Thank you! Do you mind helping support this Meetup? This Meetup can now receive small contributions to help defray costs. Chip in here: https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ( https://secure.meetup.com/gtdnyc/contribute/ ).

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  • Weekly Review Accountability Party #18

    Needs a location

    Join us for our next Weekly Review Accountability Party! Do you need a bit more accountability to get your Weekly Review done? You're not alone. One of the most-cited challenges with implementing Getting Things Done is showing up and doing the Weekly Review. In light of this, we have a new group accountability program here for us called the Weekly Review Accountability Party. The Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) is a weekly accountability working group that meets to do your Weekly Review (WR). * * * NOTE: We now have a Monday Morning WRAP! See: https://www.personalproductivity.club/events/weekly-review-accountability-party-monday-mornings-1 * * * Rules: 1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Zoom, a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided below to join our digital community and you will see a "Zoom Event" link there, then 15 minutes before WRAP click on that "Zoom Event" link to download and install Zoom to connect with the group...it's free for you to do so. 2) Once you join the WRAP, start your video, and stay on video for accountability. Say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started. I suggest, if you haven't done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (Ray does this before every Weekly Review to help him track how well his system is keeping him in the C&C quadrant. But, you may not wish to do this weekly; that's OK.) Ray will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we'll introduce ourselves briefly, and then everyone's microphones will be muted to get started with our respective Weekly Reviews. 3) Start your Weekly Review. Feel free to stayed muted for your audio as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability. We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you're still working on your Weekly Review, that's fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours! ***IMPORTANT*** To RSVP for the event, please join the new Personal Productivity Club community (http://bit.ly/gtdnyc-community) and once you have you'll see the WRAP event to RSVP in the Featured section on the Home page. You need to use the link provided to access the Zoom meeting information/link (the link says "Zoom Event"). If you're already a member of Personal Productivity Club, here is the event link: https://www.personalproductivity.club/events/weekly-review-accountability-party-18 (in the event at the bottom, there is a "Zoom Event" link). For tips on the Weekly Review, check out this episode of "ProductivityCast, the weekly podcast show about all things personal productivity," Episode 045, "Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD)," via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app! If you have any questions/concerns, message Ray here on Meetup, or email him via [masked]. So, let's WRAP up the week strong, with a good Weekly Review!

  • Weekly Review Accountability Party #17

    Needs a location

    Join us for our next Weekly Review Accountability Party! Do you need a bit more accountability to get your Weekly Review done? You're not alone. One of the most-cited challenges with implementing Getting Things Done is showing up and doing the Weekly Review. In light of this, we have a new group accountability program here for us called the Weekly Review Accountability Party. The Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) is a weekly accountability working group that meets to do your Weekly Review (WR). (We may be hosting an additional WRAP at another time of the week for those who cannot do the 10:30 AM EST Fridays.) Rules: 1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Zoom, a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided below to join our digital community and you will see a "Zoom Event" link there, then 15 minutes before WRAP click on that "Zoom Event" link to download and install Zoom to connect with the group...it's free for you to do so. 2) Once you join the WRAP, start your video, and stay on video for accountability. Say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started. I suggest, if you haven't done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (Ray does this before every Weekly Review to help him track how well his system is keeping him in the C&C quadrant. But, you may not wish to do this weekly; that's OK.) Ray will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we'll introduce ourselves briefly, and then everyone's microphones will be muted to get started with our respective Weekly Reviews. 3) Start your Weekly Review. Feel free to stayed muted for your audio as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability. We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you're still working on your Weekly Review, that's fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours! ***IMPORTANT*** To RSVP for the event, please join the new Personal Productivity Club community (http://bit.ly/gtdnyc-community) and once you have you'll see the WRAP event to RSVP in the Featured section on the Home page. You need to use the link provided to access the Zoom meeting information/link (the link says "Zoom Event"). If you're already a member of Personal Productivity Club, here is the event link: https://www.personalproductivity.club/events/weekly-review-accountability-party-17 (in the event at the bottom, there is a "Zoom Event" link). For tips on the Weekly Review, check out this episode of "ProductivityCast, the weekly podcast show about all things personal productivity," Episode 045, "Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD)," via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app! If you have any questions/concerns, message Ray here on Meetup, or email him via [masked]. So, let's WRAP up the week strong, with a good Weekly Review!

  • Weekly Review Accountability Party #16

    Needs a location

    Join us for our next Weekly Review Accountability Party! Do you need a bit more accountability to get your Weekly Review done? You're not alone. One of the most-cited challenges with implementing Getting Things Done is showing up and doing the Weekly Review. In light of this, we have a new group accountability program here for us called the Weekly Review Accountability Party. The Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP) is a weekly accountability working group that meets to do your Weekly Review (WR). (We may be hosting an additional WRAP at another time of the week for those who cannot do the 10:30 AM EST Fridays.) Rules: 1) Show up at the time of the Weekly Review Accountability Party (WRAP). We use Zoom, a video meeting application, to host this WRAP; you need to use the link provided below to join our digital community and you will see a "Zoom Event" link there, then 15 minutes before WRAP click on that "Zoom Event" link to download and install Zoom to connect with the group...it's free for you to do so. 2) Once you join the WRAP, start your video, and stay on video for accountability. Say hello to the group, mix and mingle before we all get started. I suggest, if you haven't done so before, complete the GTD-Q to know where you are at: https://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-q/. (Ray does this before every Weekly Review to help him track how well his system is keeping him in the C&C quadrant. But, you may not wish to do this weekly; that's OK.) Ray will walk everyone through a quick introduction of the Weekly Review, we'll introduce ourselves briefly, and then everyone's microphones will be muted to get started with our respective Weekly Reviews. 3) Start your Weekly Review. Feel free to stayed muted for your audio as not to distract others, but stay on video for accountability. We allot two hours for the event, but some will do their Weekly Review in more time, some in less time. If we get to two hours and you're still working on your Weekly Review, that's fine. The host will end the Zoom, but you should keep going to complete yours! ***IMPORTANT*** To RSVP for the event, please join the new Personal Productivity Club community (http://bit.ly/gtdnyc-community) and once you have you'll see the WRAP event to RSVP in the Featured section on the Home page. You need to use the link provided to access the Zoom meeting information/link (the link says "Zoom Event"). If you're already a member of Personal Productivity Club, here is the event link: https://www.personalproductivity.club/events/weekly-review-accountability-party-16 (in the event at the bottom, there is a "Zoom Event" link). For tips on the Weekly Review, check out this episode of "ProductivityCast, the weekly podcast show about all things personal productivity," Episode 045, "Weekly Review: Getting Things Done (GTD)," via https://productivitycast.net/045 or your favorite podcast app! If you have any questions/concerns, message Ray here on Meetup, or email him via [masked]. So, let's WRAP up the week strong, with a good Weekly Review!