Get Ready To Get Things Done in 2011
The new year is almost here! Can you believe December is here already? It’s that time to start winding down the year and looking forward to 2011.
What are you going to do to prepare for the turn of the year? Why not develop a map in MindManager to explore…
- What went well in 2010?
- What would I change?
- What do I hope to accomplish in 2011?
- What projects do I need to undertake to make my goals a reality?
- How can I be of service to…the world, my partner, my family…
You get the point. Take some time to map out and reflect how you would like to prioritize your precious time and effort next year to make the most meaningful impact.
Here’s a map to get you started…
You can find this map to view and download in our Maps For That map gallery using this link: 2011 Planning Map
As part of my plan, I’ve decided to take David Allen’s new GTD Managing Projects and Priorities seminar to sharpen my GTD skills and work on improving how I tackle (and handle with grace) all the stuff that’s thrown my way by work and life.
Join me, it’s here in San Francisco on December 15th. And, I’ve got a special offer for you! Our friends at David Allen are offering a savings of $100 if you register by December 10th!
Here’s the description of the course:
GTD Managing Projects & Priorities
This is a special opportunity for GTD Mastering Workflow seminar graduates—The David Allen Company has just launched GTD Managing Projects and Priorities, a course designed for graduates of the GTD Mastering Workflow seminar, to dive deeper into the GTD models for planning projects and managing priorities. This seminar will be held in San Francisco on December 15th! The seminar is led by senior David Allen company consultants, and is very tactical. Learn more about this seminar series at: http://www.davidco.com/seminars/seminar_mpp.php
Register before December 10 with the coupon code Mindjet100 to take advantage of an additional savings of $100. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon!
What are you doing to plan for 2011?
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