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227: Project Reference & Support Materials

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Project Support Materials. Everyone has a different way of handling this all important piece of the GTD® puzzle. The VSG shares how they do it with their systems. Enjoy!


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223: System Tweaks

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220: GTD Tips

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187: Integrations in GTD

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In this episode we discuss integrating other tools/systems into your GTD practice. Enjoy!

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Special thanks to John Chidiac for assisting in capturing resources from this episode!

122: The Art of the Capture with Mike Vardy, Productivityist

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NEW! Watch the video interview!

In this pre-recorded GTD Virtual Study Group call, we welcomed into the virtual studio the Productivityist himself, Mike Vardy! Mike and I had a really great conversation about how critical the very first phase of Getting Things Done® methodology of is for everyone!

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Where to find Mike Vardy: http://bit.ly/1hZKHSc

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112: Ryder Carroll, Inventor of the Bullet Journal System Explains How To Get Things Done!

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In this episode, I ask Ryder what prompted him to create this system. His story is truly personal and it reinforced a very important point for me - that productivity is so very personal. Yet, anyone can leverage his system as a framework and develop their own system with his as a foundation. In many ways, it is like what so many people have done with Getting Things Done methodology. We also talked about whether he is all analog all the time. You may be surprised by his answer!

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