GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar for IBMers

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

David Allen's book, "Getting Things Done - The Art of Stress-Free Productivity", and his GTD® methodology have revolutionized the way millions of working men and women tackle their work. His system turns achieving control and perspective over your commitments into a daily reality.

Many people know this about GTD. What you may not know is that for the past 17 years, David has used Lotus Notes as his personal organization system.

This month, David and I will be co-presenting two webinars on GTD & Lotus Notes.

Some of the things we'll show:

  • How to go home at the end of the day with an empty inbox
  • How to tackle your work week with the confidence of knowing you’re being as productive as you can possibly be
  • What's in David's productivity toolkit and how he uses Lotus Notes to get things done

Webinar exclusively for IBM employees
On April 8th from 10:00am – 11:30am PST, we’ll be doing a webinar exclusively for IBM employees on applying GTD to Lotus Notes. Many IBMers are fans of GTD already, and this will give more insight into David’s master tips, tricks & strategies. We’ll also look at eProductivity – the only software tool for Lotus Notes that’s earned the distinctive “GTD Enabled” certification.

If you’re an IBM employee, sign up now. Space is limited.

Webinar open to the public
On April 28th from 10:00am - 11:30am PST, David and I will be doing another "Getting Things Done in Lotus Notes" webinar for the general public.

Go here to get more details and sign up now. Space is limited.

Discussion/Comments (2):

Werner Motzet ( 4/1/2010 1:53:52 AM
GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar for IBMers

Thank you very much for the plan to do this webinar also in a public version. I think this will help us to grow up the popularity of Lotus Notes for our customers. Kind Regards Werner Motzet (Germany)

Eric Mack ( 4/1/2010 9:42:15 AM
re: GTD & Lotus Notes Webinar for IBMers

You are welcome. I first set up Lotus Notes for David 16+ years ago and we both believe that it is still one of the finest software applications out there for personal and organizational information management.

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