With Father’s Day just around the corner, this week’s newsletter is for all the dads out there. Whether you’re a father, have a father, know a father, or are planning to become one, we’ve assembled this content with you in mind.

This Father’s Day, explore how dads can integrate Getting Things Done principles into family life. In this blog, Michael Sliwinski shares tips on setting up personalized inboxes, collaborating on family projects, and having meaningful discussions around achieving goals.

Meet Jason Hiroshima, an entrepreneur, community leader, and father. In his conversation (25-minute runtime) with GTD coach Julie Ireland, Jason shares how his diverse set of roles, from his ventures in the online media space to his dedication to youth sports, impact his personal life and how GTD coaching helped him be more present with his family. (Check out 9:45 for the discussion on “right-sizing” areas of focus so that family time increases.)

“The best moments in our lives are not the passive, receptive, relaxing times . . . The best moments usually occur if a person’s body or mind is stretched to its limits in a voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult and worthwhile” -(Csikszentmihalyi, 1990).

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