Using Evernote With Getting Things Done®

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In this virtual session, Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote Certified Consultant, will walk you through how to implement the Getting Things Done® personal productivity methodology's task and project management components using the ever-popular note-taking software, Evernote.

More spaces opened. Join the nearly 1,500 other Evernote users interested in this session!

Using Evernote With Getting Things Done®

Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote Certified Consultant and Evernote Regional Leader--North America, is an almost 20-year GTD® practitioner and hosts/facilitates the two largest Getting Things Done®-inspired personal productivity Meetup®s in Washington, DC, and New York, NY, for over 10 years.

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen was published in 2001 and presented an integrated life management system approach that has stood the test of time. For those who are looking to match the speed and volume of projects and tasks of life and work with perspective and control, GTD is a phenomenal methodology in your productivity arsenal. Partnering GTD with Evernote, the ever-popular note-taking software because of its extensibility, structure, mass-adoption and sharing features, and you've got a powerhouse productivity dynamic duo.

In years past, others have designed methods for setting up GTD inside Evernote (e.g., "The Secret Weapon"), but were onerous to keep updated and managed well. So, Ray has been contemplating for a while now how, for the user who wants Evernote as their main productivity "driver," to create a GTD task and project manager all inside Evernote. By streaming the setup and workflows with GTD principles in mind, Evernote can be used efficiently to track and maintain your tasks and projects. Want to see how? Ray is going to demonstrate how to use Evernote if you'd like to manifest your GTD next-actions and projects list management.

Come to the demo to learn how!

Note: GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. This group is not affiliated with or officially endorsed by the David Allen Company.

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