Got a question for David Allen?


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We're set to interview David Allen (GTD**) Wednesday.

If you use the Getting Things Done approach, what question would you like me to ask David for you, re being most productive when founding a startup?

(We're the Startup Success Podcast (http://startuppodcast.wordpress.com/ ))

**http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Getting_things_done

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asked Feb 8 '10 at 11:45
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Bob Walsh
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Big fan of GTD, great get.

There are lots of tools to manage your basic actions / next-actions; I've used several and many are good.

What I don't see are good tools to manage projects, as opposed to next-actions. To manage the artifacts, schedules, people, etc..

What tools does David recommend for that side of organization?

answered Feb 8 '10 at 13:02
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Jason
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  • That's a good question to ask. The personal side seems like it's well covered but the broader, organizational side, seems lacking. – Jarie Bolander 10 years ago

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Can David recommend tactics for to get better at weekly reviews (both personal and business)? I personally would like to discover profound answers during my weekly reviews but often arrive at a blank thought.

answered Feb 8 '10 at 17:03
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G Rex
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I am new to GTD using it just over a month. Any advice on how to better incorporate unknown factors and unexpected/unplanned events that are very much part of start ups into a GTD system would be appreciated.

answered Feb 9 '10 at 21:10
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Starr Ed
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