Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done

Published by: GTD®
52 Episodes | First Released: May 27 '15
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brehmster1977
Nov 24 '19
Rating:   10
I've followed GTD for Years

Thank you, David Allen for spending the time to release this podcast. I've benefited greatly from using the GTD system in my daily work and life.

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Logo17
Aug 6 '19
Rating:   10
Incredible show

I love the tactical, honest and real rawness David delivers in this podcast. I hit subscribe and definitely can’t wait for the next show!!!For that listener that is ADDICTED to creating their future. For the listener who KNOWS they are destined for greatness but didn’t believe they could actually make money in it.

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Consuelaprincess
Jul 17 '19
Rating:   4
Won't keep you coming back!

I started with the first few episodes and I was bored to death.No real engaging stuff that makes me want to listen further.I came here after I saw a Google search suggestion of the top productivity podcasts and according to me Jimkwik podcasts are amazing..It felt boring to listen to why their system would benefit someone rather than actually getting a tip we can put into practice and see results and come back for more..

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Beaker92
Jul 11 '19
Rating:   6
Great insight, bu wish he'd stop with the stand-up

Really informative guidance for organizing your life. Very insightful with a lot of 'aha' moments. The non-lecture episodes are very good. My only criticism involves those seminars of David lecturing in front of an audience. Understandably, there are things about the system that bear repeating in order to reinforce the ideas (ie. "Your brain is for having ideas, not for holding them," "Write it down"). But in the lectures, he brings up the same examples we just heard multiple times in previous episodes (ie."notice the color red around you," "don't just write 'mom' on your to-do list, "I spent 16 hours with a ceo once"). To someone who listens to every episode, it gets tired. It also feels like we're listening to different open-mike nights of a beginner comedian trying out the same material. It's not just the periodic Jerry Seinfeld "Have you ever noticed...," it's the constant "Come on...!" he keeps repeating over and over, the silly voices, his laughing uproariously at his own jokes. It might be the impulse to 'perfrom 'in front of an audience since he doesn't do it in conversations, but whatever the reason, it's a little much. Side note: they smartly changed the sound to separate segments on each episode. It's now the theme song, but originally, for some reason, they used the sound of a bullet being fired! They might go back and edit that out of the early episodes.

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TPorter2
Feb 16 '19
Rating:   8
Productivity

Really enjoyed the GTD podcast and I’ve been following David’s GTD system for over 20 years. Always leads to more productivity.

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Moestlight
Dec 10 '18
Rating:   10
Avid GTDer here

A little preview into the GTD corporation archives, it’s a teaser for getting you to join their subscription website community, yet there is some good content for free here.

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TabascoSki
Sep 30 '18
Rating:   10
Don’t let the simplicity fool you - this is powerful

GTD could be described as common sense on steroids but there is so much more to it. If used correctly, it can seriously change your life and overcome the feeling of overwhelm that happens so often in modern adult life. Even if you’ve read the book, these podcasts are worth listening to many times. Depending on your current situation and focus, each one of these podcasts lights up a new perspective, a new approach or reinforces some technique that hasn’t been used in a while. These deserve six stars!

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WikiGuy
Jun 9 '18
Rating:   2
Bored to death

I listened to the first 11 episodes. Little or no value because it was really boring. Just Read the book and implement the system. This podcast is waste of time. Of course, greed sets in and they want you to upsell you their web products.

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Bsteineckert
May 10 '18
Rating:   10
More like this!

Need more email MGMT tips. Suggestions:1. Using search instead of folders 2. CC proper use3. “Rules” to filter out memos/bulk email or listserv emails. 4. BLUF bottom line up front5. Good subject lines (avoid generic subjects that give no info: “update” “question” “hey”)6. Turn off new email alerts, or only keep VIP alerts. 7. Use your task list for follow up and actions.

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Misha0901
Feb 13 '18
Rating:   2
Offensive Language

In episode 35, the word “Niggervisionary” is used. Offensive, racist language, just FYI for those planning to listen to that episode.

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la_pilo
Apr 29 '17
Rating:   10
Great podcast!

Really enjoy the short podcasts focusing on single issues.

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