Ready to dive in?

Ready to Dive In?

Here are three easy ways to get started with Getting Things Done ®

Follow the Five Steps

Follow the Five Steps to capture, clarify and organise all your commitments. Build a system that you regularly review and engage with to give you peace of mind and total control.

Read the Book

Since it was first published almost fifteen years ago, Getting Things Done has become one of the most influential business books of its era, and the ultimate book on personal organisation. GTD is now shorthand for an entire way of approaching professional and personal tasks, and has spawned an entire culture of websites, organisational tools, seminars, and offshoots.

Now you can get this updated edition of the original "manual" for GTD, with detailed overviews, examples and coaching advice to get your system up and running. This revised 2015 edition also contains new material on the rise of digital technology in our always-on world, and recent cognitive science research that validates the GTD methodology.


How well are you doing with your control and perspective? Are you a Crazy Maker, Captain and Commander, Responder, or Micro Manager? In less than two minutes, the GTD-Q® will give you visual results about your current reality, describe your strengths, and offer opportunities for improvement.

Your results will change, as your control and perspective shifts, so you can retake the assessment as often as you like.

I have conflicting priorities.
I have a hard time finding things when I need them.
My email is under control and well managed.
My day to day activities are aligned with my larger goals.
I feel like I am spending my time on the right things.
I am overcommitted.
I keep up with my workload.
I have a good way to track all of my things to do.
I feel like things are falling through the cracks.
I know where I am going and how to get there.
I'm working harder and falling further behind.
I feel like I am on the right track to reach my goals.
I am living the life that I want.
The key areas of my work and life are in balance.
I'm afraid that I'm not paying enough attention to really important things.
I have clear, well-defined goals.
I have too many things on my mind.
My life is too chaotic.


Engage With Our Methodology Experts

Learn the GTD methodology through courses packed with engaging lectures, videos about the best practices, hands-on exercises, group discussions, and Trainer demonstrations.

Training is led by expert Trainers with many years of GTD experience selected through a rigorous certification program. Available on-site at your organisation or through public courses held around the world.

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