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158: Setting Your New Goals In Motion

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In this episode we talk about setting our new goals for 2016 in motion. Getting those projects planned and next actions set. Lots of great practical information. Enjoy!

Some resources from the call:

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142: Small Project Planning

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In this episode we talk about project planning, and more specifically small project-based planning and workflows. Lots of great insight! Enjoy!

Apologies, I did my best to clean up the audio, but there is a bit of a ghost conversation in the background for part of the conversation.

Resources from the call:

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022: Going Beyond GTD with MindManager

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Welcome to another great episode of the GTD Virtual Study Group. In this episode, you'll hear Michael Deutch whose entire job consists of doing fun things with mindmapping. Michael is Mindjet's chief evangelist and is an avid GTD-er. He talked to us about how to enhance brainstorming, organizing projects, getting to higher horizons of focus and much more.

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Michael mentioned several links in the course of the conversation. These include:

There was a powerpoint presentation supporting this episode. If you'd like a copy, email us at info@gtdvsg.com.

012: Plate Spinning with GTD

GTD® VSG

Keeping all your projects going at once is a lot like plate spinning. To maintain any sort of momentum, there’s got to be some energy inputs by you or someone else. If you stop paying attention, the project wobbles and eventually grinds to a halt. In this episode, you’re sure to find something that will help you keep your own plates spinning smoothly with nary a wobble in sight.

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