Learn how you can use GTD to free up your mind and focus on what's most important to you.
Arif & Ali Vakil have been certified GTD Trainers since 2008 & their new venture Calm Achiever has the Master Franchise for GTD in India.
Their company Vakil Housing became the first company in India to be trained in GTD by the David Allen Company in 2008.
Having experienced the success implementing GTD in their lives, Arif & Ali are bringing the benefits of GTD to Corporate India.
"The entire GTD approach has boosted not only my productivity but also my wider well-being"
“GTD has shaped my way of living and continues to help me be as innovate and creative as possible.”
“Before applying GTD to my life I was overwhelmed... today I am a whole new person.”
People from different backgrounds looking to up their game and move to the next level, can benefit from GTD
You need control over your day to day activities as well as the perspective to know the direction to move towards. GTD will give you the techniques to achieve both, so that you can grow your Business.
No one has a greater need for work-life balance. GTD will help you clear your mind, so when you’re at a soccer game you can cheer your kids instead of watching your phone!
Too many meetings? Too many interruptions? Too many mails? With GTD, you can thrive in the busiest and most demanding of environments by honoring your commitments. And relax when you choose to!
Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them. GTD will show you how to get the mundane stuff out of the way and give your creativity laser focus.
GTD has helped some of the most talented and brightest people around the world be more effective & creative.
Sharpen your Focus
Know how to manage projects
Prioritize what matters the most
Gives space for you to Relax
Distraction free mind for creativity
Make Progress without stress
Break free from procrastination
Get long term perspective
Join the community of GTD practitioners
Got questions? We have got answers. Here are some common questions asked.
David Allen, the author of Getting Things Done, has proposed a fundamentally different approach. David argues that what is required is not elusive time management but really self management–what we do with ourselves in any situation or context, time being just one variable. It involves dealing effectively with all of the things we have to do and want to do, both personally and professionally.
GTD is about capturing things we collect and create, deciding what (if anything) we want to do about them, organising the results of that knowledge work into a trusted system we can review appropriately and making intuitive strategic and tactical choices about what to do at any point in time from our options. In this way, GTD provides a comprehensive approach for increasing productivity while decreasing stress.
Reading the book will definitely help you get started. In fact, many people who come to the seminar have already read the book (though it is not required). While the book is great from a knowledge perspective, the seminars help from a practical point of view. It is designed as a workshop where you actually start implementing GTD and get immediate feedback from the seminar leader and the many participants in the room, who coach one another on fundamental behaviours throughout the course.
It is the difference between knowing something and actually doing it correctly. You will also gain key best practices for implementing GTD, presented in a variety of formats to accommodate many different learning styles.
Boost your Productivity with GTD by attending the Fundamentals Workshop.
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Hilton Hotel, Bangalore
Workshop Fee (Special Offer)
30,000 12,500 (+ Taxes)
Although time management and effectiveness training can sometimes seen for those "not efficient and productive", GTD is different. It is frequently adopted as part of high-potential and partner-track programmes because it consistently helps some of the brightest, busiest, and most ambitious people to get more done. Furthermore, it often makes high performance more sustainable over the long term. Often, with increased performance comes increased satisfaction.
If you got to this site because someone recommended “this GTD thing” to you, you’re not alone. If you discovered something that consistently helped you to get more done with less stress, wouldn’t you be pretty enthusiastic too? No matter what claims others have made for their adoption of GTD, we recommend you try it out on a practical basis to see what applying GTD can do for you.
Day 1 (GTD Fundamentals)
30th January 2016
9 AM to 5 PM
Day 2 (I&I - Guided Setup)
31st January 2016
9 AM to 1 PM
These Five Steps are the GTD control model for managing your focus, to create the clear space that allows you to be more strategic and present.
Learn the best practicies for Capture tools
Know the 3 ways to manage your commitments
Experience the Mind Sweep exercise to release stress
How the 2 min Rule can help you move faster on projects
We reveal the 6 buckets anything in your life can be categorized
The 2 most powerful questions you can ask to clarify any input
Learn why generic to-do lists are bad, and what you should do instead
How creating a "Waiting For" list will help you be a better Manager
Share the best practices of organizing your Commitments
How to ensure you have a productive week, every week
How to plan for opportunities and threats in advance
How to trust your intuition to make quick decisions
Clarify your immeidate & long term commitments
Understand "3 Fold nature of Work" to help you plan your work
Be aware of the "Limiting Criteria" to make the right choices
The I&I workshop is all about taking action on what you've learned.
The Installation & Implementation Lab is all about taking action on what you have learned on Day 1.
By the end of the I&I lab on day two, you will walk out with all their commitments identified, clarified & organized in a working paper based system.
Once this is in place, it creates mind space to have ideas, instead of holding them.
Course Content on Guided Setup I&I Lab:
1. Set up a personalized paper based GTD system.
2. Populate the system with meaningful Projects and Next Actions