Welcome back to another vault episode! This week I am excited to feature my conversation with David Allen, the creator of the Getting Things Done methodology.
David joins us to delve deeper into the GTD methodology and how it has evolved since its inception in 2001. While there were some technical difficulties during our conversation, this episode is still a must-listen for anyone looking to streamline their productivity.
Throughout the episode, David shares some insightful thoughts on GTD, including his involvement in writing the new book, Getting Things Done for Teens, and why he believes teenagers need GTD more now than ever before. We also discussed the challenges of adapting the GTD methodology for teens and how he’s changed his approach when teaching GTD over the years. David even revealed his thoughts on the most challenging aspect of GTD, which surprisingly hasn’t changed since its introduction.
One of the most interesting parts of our conversation was when we discussed the renaissance of analog tools and why they’ve made a comeback. David’s insights on this topic were thought-provoking and added a new perspective on the benefits of analog tools in today’s digital age. Overall, this episode provided a wealth of knowledge on the evolution of the GTD methodology and why it continues to be relevant today.
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Links Worth Exploring
- Connect with David: Website | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn
- Read David’s book Getting Things Done for Teens
- Getting Things Done | The David Allen Company
- Related Conversation: Getting Things Done for Teens with Mike Williams
- Related Blog Post: The Evolution of Contexts
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