I was recently cleaning out my office at work so that I could share the office with another co-worker, and I came across the printed versions of David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD) Journal #2 (2007) & #3 (2008) which were produced for members of GTD Connect.
I reached out to John Forrister at GTD Connect to see if it was OK for me to scan the two journals I had into PDFs and post them. He kindly said it was OK to post them, but he also surprised me by sent me the PDF versions so I wouldn't have to scan them. The icing on the cake was that John also sent GTD Journal #1 (2006 or 2007?) which I had never seen. Thanks John!
So here they are:
GTD Journal #1 table of contents:
- Cleaning and clearing
- The 5 Phases of GTD workflow - Restated
- The powerful “10” factor
- ROI for a paper-based filing system that works
- Writing your own testimonial
- One GTD List that’s already working for most everybody
- Apropos of nothing special
- A case for a soft focus and serendipity
- Just a second–is that another blog?
- The Budding Gourmet
- List Talk
GTD Journal #2 table of contents:
- Who’s Connected
- A “Personal vs. Professional Conversation”
- Validating Voices
- Categorizing Action Lists The David Allen Way
- Decision Making And Next Actions
- Have Your Lists Become Listless?
- How Old Do You Need To Be To Get Things Done?
- Book Review: The Power Of A Positive No
- When A Checklist Is A Next Action
- David Allen’s Personal Tool Kit
GTD Journal #3 table of contents:
- Speed is Key: Making the Most of Your Computer Time
- File Folders? Priceless!
- Reducing Your Junk Email
- The Strategic Applications of GTD
- The Weekly Review Booklet
- This is Your Elephant on GTD
- A Capture Tip for Travelers
- Next Time In...
- A GTD Reminder
- A Message to David
- Email, Hamsters and Literacy
- What Goes in My Tickler File
- Getting Things Done with an iPhone
- Rumble Strips
- GTD and Martin Buber
- GTD at Home: Improving Communication
- The Benefits of GTD
- GTD Tips from a Commuter Mom
- GTD & Vacations
- More on GTD & Vacations