GTD Club

If you want to Get Things Done, you’ll find no better tool than the “Getting Things Done” (GTD) methodology by David Allen.

The hardest part of adopting GTD is performing a consistent Weekly Review.

To support the habit of the Weekly Review, I’ve created “GTD Club” — a weekly conference call for my clients. It’s a 30 minute study hall. We mostly work silently on updating our project lists, and I offer some occasional words to guide us through the process.


Guidelines for getting the most from GTD Club:
1. Be in a quiet place
2. After you connect, Mute your phone
3. Have your Task List, Calendar, Email, Executive Notebook, and Project List available to you
4. Clear everything else away
5. Be 100% present in the moment and remain focused

A new quarterly subscription is $26.

(Prices subject to change without notice.)

GTD Club 4th Quarter 2014 Subscription

Enjoy 13 weeks of enhanced productivity.

GTD Club for Q4 2014
Study Hall for doing your GTD-style Weekly Review. The hardest part of GTD now made easier, with audio prompts, visual prompts, and social support. Go into your weekend feeling refreshed, caught up, and ON TOP OF your work. (Not affiliated with the David Allen Company. GTD is a registered trademark of the David Allen Company.)


Current clients of Cox Business Consulting’s coaching services can access GTD Club at no extra charge — it’s included in all coaching and consulting packages.

(Getting Things Done and GTD are  trademarks of their respective owners. Read more about GTD at the GTD FAQ Page)

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