Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video What do you want to "get done?", part of Getting Things Done.
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- [Male] What am I trying to get done these days?…Well, we've got a big project,…which is the global education of GTD.…It's part of our Mission and Vision…to get as much of the world turned on…to this methodology as possible.…I think the world would be a much better place…if everybody sort of thought about outcomes…and next actions and took the accountability to do this.…It's embedded in this material.…So part of our vision is to take this…as broad as we can to as many people as we can.…So one of the big big projects right now…is developing an exportable training model…that we're now franchising around the world.…
So we've now got 40 countries that have started…just starting to get some traction…so that we're training master trainers…within their language within their region.…So that they can then certify trainers…to be able to do this.…And we've been spending a lot of time building…a three level training course that's really elegant.…I have to say, it's really sort of the compilation…of all of these 30 years of our work.…
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