GTD is a productivity methodology, which often leads to the assumption that it’s only for your work life, but as David Allen says, everything from the office to your hobbies can be considered work.

It’s easy to overlook all the areas where GTD can make progressing toward your goals more efficient. Check out these resources for a fresh perspective.

Have you ever wondered if GTD applies to X, Y, or Z? In this GTD forum thread, hear how others have incorporated GTD into various aspects of their lives, such as fitness, spirituality, and emotional well-being.

See GTD explained in a whole new format. This time in animation! Check out the GTD Animated Book Summary And Review (8-minute runtime).

Using everyday examples you’re sure to run into, explore the various applications of the methodology and why it can be hugely beneficial to everyone.

This is a great video to share with people new to the concept.

For all you analog and hybrid GTD practitioners, check out the Arc Customizable Leather Notebook System. This coach-recommended notebook features a compact design and lots of storage pouches, making it great for on-the-go capturing.


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