June 25, 2014 by Nathan Paul
In this recent interview by Anthony Gell, a smart business insider with a sonorous British accent, David elaborates on his "old as dirt" principles as adapted to our constant inflow of data (the eProductivity mention is at 29:17). Enjoy!
February 9, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
Interested to learn why David Allen personally uses eProductivity? Here's some of his reasons why...
February 4, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
Jens Bruntt has created a really cool and useful app for Android devices called BrainDump to Notes. The app allows you to quickly capture actionable items on your Android and then sync them with your Lotus Notes To-Dos in a single click.
I've only watched the video, but Jen's app looks very easy to use. The idea is sort of a cross between GyroQ and the eProductivity Mindsweep Coach. Jens himself is a long-time eProductivity user and he says the app works great with eProductivity. Excellent!
The app is available for free from the Android app market.
Maybe it's time to go nag my boss about getting me a 'Droid?...
January 25, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
Listen to how David Allen defines the essence of GTD:
January 17, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
David discusses a senior executive client's story of a productivity transformation. By tapping into the power of GTD and eProductivity-enabled Lotus Notes, this transformation has greatly benefited the people under him and ultimately, the organization.
January 16, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
Following up his video about improving the Lotus Foundations customer experience, Dave Lawrence also had this to say about bringing out the best in Foundations.
January 14, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
Now, even the best products can use some tweaking here and there, and Dave's company has found that eProductivity provides a missing ingredient for Foundations.
See what he has to say about improving the Lotus Foundations customer experience:
Footage taken from an interview with Dave on January 10, 2010.
January 13, 2010 by Ryan Heathers
I've got a special treat for you, courtesy of David Allen himself.
Last weekend, Eric Mack sat down with David and talked about eProductivity, Lotus Notes, IBM, cloud computing, and much more. Graciously, David allowed Eric to record portions of their conversation so that we can share it with you.
I'll be posting new clips every few hours. Here are two clips to kick it off.
November 19, 2009 by Ryan Heathers
Taped in David Allen's office, this is an intriguing look at how David sets up his personal GTD system. The video is fairly old - created in January 2009 - so you may have seen it before. I, however, just ran across it for the first time while perusing the web and decided to share it with you all. :)
No mention of eProductivity, which he uses as his GTD software tool of choice, but that's understandable. He didn't focus on software in this particular video.
I like how he consistently advocates using a physical inbox. Letting me know I needed an inbox was the first big way that GTD has personally helped me.