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Who do you think you are?

It’s the 4th of February today. Set any new resolutions at the beginning of this month? I didn’t think so. Strange how we do that in January, but in February not so much. Still, I have to ask: how did you do? In January, I mean. Research shows that although millions of us started this

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The Seasons of GTD – Podcast

In the second installment of our ‘Seasons of GTD’ podcast, Next Action Associates’ Todd Brown and Robert Peake  discuss GTD practices which can help you to form habits, in order for you to get the most out of 2016. Robert and Todd discuss the various rhythms of life and work that GTD can accommodate, sharing practical examples and

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Eating the Menu

It’s a nice place. You have been here before, and recall how much you like the food. Yet as you scan down the first page of the menu, your breath quickens and your pulse shoots up. Turning to the second page, your eyes widen; you are practically hyperventilating now. A bead of sweat traces your

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Top 5 Ways to Improve Your GTD Practice in 2016

So the decorations are back in storage, the leftover turkey is a memory, and we’re back at it in the office.  Here in the UK, winter seems finally to have arrived after a very warm autumn, but hey, the days are getting longer now and soon spring will be beckoning. As you get into the

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Future? Possible

Back in September, my blog was a call to action. I wanted as many of our readers as possible to share with us their favourite reminders from their GTD systems. The goal was to turn over the microphone to you, to inspire, amuse, and reinforce the value of GTD practices. We also offered a free

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Marshall Goldsmith, the coaches’ coach, on thinking to support your GTD journey

This month I interviewed Leadership Coach, Marshall Goldsmith. Marshall has just been recognised as the world’s number one leadership thinker.  He is a coach to many of the Fortune 500 CEOs and a past president.  His forte is behavioural change. In the interview Marshall explains how to pick some behaviours you’d like to improve and suggests a process for

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Unimportant? Write it down!

“The happiness of most people we know is not ruined by great catastrophes or fatal errors, but by the repetition of slowly destructive little things.”     -Ernest Diminet It is getting harder to focus in the information age. By “focus” we tend to mean “filter”– that is, try to ignore the unimportant stuff so that

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