Getting Things Done…with Mindjet

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Michael Deutch

April 13, 2009

Happy Monday everyone!

Are you into GTD (David Allen’s Getting Things Done), just getting started with it or wondering what it is?

I’m excited to share my recorded webinar that offers a high level GTD explanation and illustrates how I use mind mapping to ‘get things done’. View the webinar or download the slides.  





MindManager GTD Templates:



And, here are some of the other items I mentioned:



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About the Author: Michael Deutch is Mindjet’s Chief Evangelist, content contributor for the Mindjet Blog and the Mindjet Connections newsletter. Get more from Michael on Twitter

9 Responses to “Getting Things Done…with Mindjet”

  1. Juliet Purll

    I’m not able to access the webinar today, either. Thanks!

  2. Michael Deutch

    Ok, the link should be back in action. Let me know if you still experience any issues accessing the webinar. Thanks,

  3. Michael Deutch

    I’ve submitted a request with our web team to fix the link. Apparently something happened to the file that I linked to on the web server. Thanks for your patience.

  4. Jocelyn

    I can’t seem to view this Webinar and would very much like to — however, the link returns an error message. Is it still available? Is the link correct? Thanks.

  5. Marcos Alves

    Hi, the webinar links seems to be broken; would you please post a working link ? Thanks.

  6. Michael Deutch

    Hi Ellen,

    The blog is available today on Google Reader. You can either add it from within Google Reader or you should see the option (in the pull-down list) after you select the RSS Mindjet Blog button.

    We’re shortly kicking off a project to upgrade and improve the blog’s design. We’ll look to make this and other improvements very soon.


  7. Ellen Valentine

    Hi – Can you pls make blog available with Google Reader? I did not see that listed as an option.


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