Can You Really Reach Your Personal and Professional Goals, Without Getting Stressed?
Yes You Can With “Getting Things Done” (GTD).
This Proven Methodology Will Help You Get More Done, Stress Way Less and Live the Life You Want.
Introducing Getting Things Done (GTD)
With GTD you can free up your mind and focus on what’s most important to you.
Once you adopt the GTD methodology, you’ll be
- Empowered to overcome procrastination.
- Things get done sooner
- Able to remember the right things at the right time
- Less stressed and more in-the-zone.
- More creative, with greater mental bandwith
- Able to prioritize with confidence.
- Things will stop falling through the cracks.
- Forgetfulness will no longer be an issue.
And Now It’s Here For You!
With GTD’s proven framework of simple steps it is easy to get more done, stress way less and stay on top of all your commitments. The GTD Framework has the distinction of:
- Being Adopted by 30+ Fortune 500 Companies World Wide
- Being Derived from a Massive Global Best Selling Book that is Translated in 28 Languages
- Having Trained More than 10,000 Senior Executives, Business Owners and Celebrities Around the World
Who is GTD for?
People from different backgrounds looking to up their game and move to the next level, can benefit from GTD
- You need control over your day to day activities as well as the perspective to know the direction to move towards. GTD will give you the techniques to achieve both, so that you can grow your Business.
- Too many meetings? Too many interruptions? Too many mails? With GTD, you can thrive in the busiest and most demanding of environments by honoring your commitments. And relax when you choose to!
- No one has a greater need for work-life balance. GTD will help you clear your mind, so when you’re at a soccer game you can cheer your kids instead of watching your phone!
- Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. GTD will show you how to get the mundane stuff out of the way and give your creativity laser focus.
What will you experience at the 2 day GTD Workshop?
Day 1: Learn the 5 Steps to Get in Control
These Five Steps are the GTD control model for managing your focus, to create the clear space that allows you to be more strategic and present.
Capture what has your attention, so that your mind can be free for creative ideas
- Learn the best practicies for Capture tools
- Know the 3 ways to manage your commitments
- Experience the Mind Sweep exercise to release stress
Clarify what you’ve captured into Next Actions, so that you overcome procrastination
- How the 2 min Rule can help you move faster on projects
- We reveal the 6 buckets anything in your life can be categorized
- The 2 most powerful questions you can ask to clarify any input
Organize your Next Actions so that you remember to do the right things at the right time
- Learn why generic to-do lists are bad, and what you should do instead
- How creating a “Waiting For” list will help you be a better Manager
- Share the best practices of organizing your Commitments
Reflect regularly, so that you can effectively deal with surprises
- How to ensure you have a productive week, every week
- How to plan for opportunities and threats in advance
- How to trust your intuition to make quick decisions
Engage appropriately so that you can be completely present & effective
- Clarify your immeidate & long term commitments
- Understand “3 Fold nature of Work” to help you plan your work
- Be aware of the “Limiting Criteria” to make the right choices
Day 2: We Help You Make GTD Stick!
The I&I workshop is all about taking action on what you’ve learned.
The Installation & Implementation Lab is all about taking action on what you have learned on Day 1.
By the end of the I&I lab on day two, you will walk out with all their commitments identified, clarified & organized in a working paper based system.
Once this is in place, it creates mind space to have ideas, instead of holding them.
Course Content on Guided Setup I&I Lab:
1. Set up a personalized paper based GTD system.
2. Populate the system with meaningful Projects and Next Actions