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Quick Start to GTD

Dan LeFebvre

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17 Videos (1h 33m)
    • Course overview

      2:45
    • What is GTD?

      5:42
    • Setting course expectations

      4:40
    • Expectations around tools and apps

      2:48
    • Section 2 overview: Getting started with GTD

      1:53
    • Understanding the key concepts of GTD

      7:20
    • Performing your first brain dump

      9:25
    • Organizing the dump

      7:00
    • Understanding what makes a project

      6:48
    • Understanding next actions and contexts

      9:12
    • Understanding someday/maybe

      3:44
    • Setting up recurring reviews

      5:18
    • Section 3 overview: GTD on a daily basis

      1:23
    • Capturing actions

      4:58
    • Processing actions

      9:11
    • Reviews as a ritual

      6:46
    • Tips for picking tools and apps

      3:45

About This Class

One of the world's most popular productivity methods is Getting Things Done, or GTD. Despite it's popularity, it's also something that many people give up on because it has a very steep learning curve.

I've been using GTD for 15 years and have helped many people get started with this great productivity method. If you're willing to do the work to use this method of organization and productivity, it can work--and does work for millions out there.

However, after decades of learning about personal productivity and using the GTD system myself, I firmly believe there is no perfect productivity solution. As great as it is, I'll be the first to admit GTD isn't for everyone.

The solution that works for me may not be what works for you. That's perfectly OK. If this course helps give you some tips or ideas to point you in the right direction, it's a win.

2 of 2 students recommendSee All

Very clear and good analogies to explain the content!