Nov 16 2010 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
Do you have way too much to do and not enough time to do it in? Does your clutter remind you of a Hoarders episode? Then this is one presentation you do not want to miss and will want to invite others to as well. The concepts introduced in GTD 101 are based on David Allen’s bestselling book, Getting Things Done, and other sources. It is a simple, but effective, way to remove the things that rob you of your precious time and clutter your life. GTD is a very pragmatic system. You are probably doing many aspects of the system already. Find out how minor changes to the way you currently work can bring significant enhancements to your productivity and lifestyle.
GTD 101 will:
Introduce basic GTD concepts that you can use right away.
Give you a frame of reference that will help you when you read the GTD book.
Give you tips and tricks to ease into GTD.
Present ideas you can use to create your own custom GTD system.
Some special areas of emphasis include:
Handling the piles of “Stuff” on your desk and elsewhere
Achieving the right level of organization for you
Getting your email in-box to zero and keeping it there.
Tips to make sure you’re doing the right thing at the right time.
Getting your life/workload to something manageable.
Greg Stevenson has been a developer for over 30 years and is currently active in creating webApps and mobile applications. Greg has been member of SCQAA-OC since its inception and has served on the SCQAA-OC board for the past two years as its webmaster. He is also the founding organizer for the Orange County: Getting Things Meetup . His GTD 101 presentation is one of the best attended sessions at CodeCamps throughout the southland.
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