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Getting Things Done® podcast from Vital Learning

Morten Røvik & Lars Rothschild Henriksen

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Interviews with extraordinary GTD'ers + the best advice for using Getting Things Done® (GTD) to clear your mind, to stay present with whatever you’re doing and to achieve stress free productivity. Vital Learning is the official Crucial Learning Licensee in the Nordics+. Hosted by certified GTD® Master Trainers Morten Røvik and Lars Rothschild Henriksen from Vital Learning.
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My inbox is overflowing! How do I create a sustainable GTD system?In this episode, Morten and Lars go through a listeners' reflections on using GTD to create a sustainable life:- How you can get started on that big backlog- The different causes of that backlog- How the different steps may cause challenges..and much more! We hope that this episode h…
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Reflecting is so important! How can you become better?In this episode, Morten and Lars go through:- How you can use the Horizons of Focus to reflect- How the Weekly Review helps with reflecting- How Morten supports his coaching client with follow-ups..and much more, including a few reflecting questions at the end, that you might want to incorporate…
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It's not just about GTD today!We normally talk about GTD, but recently a listener asked about the other vital skills we teach. So in this episode, Morten and Lars go through:- How GTD intersects with Crucial Conversations- What you learn in Crucial Conversations- What you learn in Crucial Influence..and much more, including Lars' suggestion to use …
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It's time for another listener questions episode!In this episode, Morten and Lars go through three questions on- Using the Rocketbook (or reMarkable or others) for Capturing- Tips for implementing GTD as a habit- Making your Someday/Maybe list attractive..and much more! We hope that this helps you, Christian, Griet and Kim, and everyone else listen…
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What do you do, when you have too much to do?In this episode, Morten and Lars go through what they would do, when you have too much to do. The case is Lars' very own work right now: Balancing becoming a father, part time paternity leave with a lot of work showing up. What do you do?- Revisiting your calendar to ensure that the right things are taki…
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How do you use GTD when travelling?In this episode, Morten and Lars go through what they use from GTD before, during and after vacations including:- Using the Natural Planning Model® to plan your trip- How they use/manage their packing lists- What apps Morten uses for his trips..and much more! We hope that this helps you plan your next trip and if …
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It's time for another Listener Questions episode!In this episode, Morten and Lars cover 3 questions regarding:- How you manage flagged e-mails/Microsoft To Do and the Action folder- How to communicate the value of GTD to ""non-organised"" individuals- How to manage a midlife crisis (or other crises) with GTDThanks a lot to Jimmy, Hauke and Joost fo…
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Is Getting Things Done® (GTD) still relevant in 2024 (and beyond)?In this episode, Morten and Lars walk through why GTD is more relevant than ever, including:- How the amount, complexity and speed of change in the world impacts your in's- Why clarifying your inputs is more important than ever- Why awareness of your higher horizons is even more valu…
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GTD is about personal productivity, but we're not alone.We all work with others, we learn from others and learn better with others. So Morten and Lars recorded an episode about this for the official Getting Things Done® (GTD) podcast from David Allen Company and we wanted to share this here as well! In this bonus episode, we talk about learning GTD…
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Are you sometimes struggling to stick to your GTD practice?Perhaps you'd benefit from implementing a daily checklist! Listen or watch as Morten and Lars walk through:- Things to consider doing as you start working- Things to consider as you're working- Things to consider as you leave work..including lots of tips and tricks! And as we mention in the…
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So you found your tool for your GTD lists - what else do you need?Calendar and Reference systems are vital to any GTD'ers practice, so listen along as Morten and Lars walk through:- How to use your calendar in GTD and what applications they use- What reference systems you will likely need and what they use - Tips and tricks for both, including shar…
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What tool should I use for my lists in GTD?To learn more about that, Morten and Lars walks through some of the most commonly used tools:- Microsoft Outlook/To Do- Apple Reminders- Google Tasks/Keep..and many more! It's a long list and we don't know all of them in detail, so we're looking forward to your comments on YouTube on what we've missed.Also…
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GTD is about personal productivity - what about organisations?To learn more about that, we are joined by Holacracy author Brian Robertson on today’s episode! Listen to learn more about:- What Holacracy is (and isn’t), also from a GTD’ers perspective- What advantages would you have as a GTD’er starting with Holacracy- Concrete tips for what you can …
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For once, the purpose of an episode is NOT to help you learn GTD or become a better GTD'er :-) This is our 100th episode! So the purpose of this podcast is the "companionship", as described by a listener - to reflect back on the first 100, a quick quiz and to share the FANTASTIC listener texts, audio and video clips that you sent in! Thank you so m…
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In this episode Martin Haagen and Morten Røvik has interviewed Jason M Atwood. Jason is the CEO of the New York based SalesForce Consultancy Arkus and an avid GTDer. He talks about his personal journey with GTD and about how they have implemented GTD into the core of Arkus. He shares his thoughts on how to share GTD into your own company and his th…
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It's that time of year!It's time for the GTD Tools Check-in for 2023. In this episode, Morten and Lars go through all of their hardware and software uses including:- Their hardware at the office and on the go (spoiler: It's almost all fruit labelled)- Their different software uses, including where they differ- A lot of tips from Morten on helpful m…
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It's time for another interview episode!In this episode Jukka and Morten interview DJ and musician Darude.As always, we hope that this episode helps you in your GTD practice and thanks so much to Darude for sharing about his GTD practise and creative processes. Check out Darude here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6120QOlsfU This song, Sandstorm…
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It's time for another listener questions episode!In this episode, Morten and Lars go through questions from Alex, Jukka and Ivan covering topics such as:- Alternatives to using the classic contexts in GTD- Their experience with completely analogue GTD systems- How a simplified projects structure might look like..and much more! As always, we hope th…
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What is long term planning and how do we approach it with GTD?In this episode, Morten and Lars talk about how long term planning works in GTD, including:- Their personal approach to long term planning- What their experience is with GTD'ers when they "meet" the higher horizons- How their long term planning impacts what happens in the moment..and muc…
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It's time for a listener feedback - not questions - episode!In a previous episode, we took on Gregory's question about having too many next actions. More clarify on higher horizons helped Gregory, as we suggested, but this also led Gregory to write a very thoughtful e-mail on how words matter regarding the Clarify questions:- How the wording used i…
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You probably read that wrong in your head - it's pronounced ku-NEV-in (kəˈnɛvɪn) :-)In this LAST episode before our summer break, Lars talks to Danish longtime GTD'er Dann Bleeker Pedersen about his GTD practice and experience using the Cynefin framework. We'll dive into:- How Dann uses GTD, both as a father and in his role as Head of TECH in Retai…
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It's time for another Listener Questions episode, this time with with questions on:- Morten & Lars' experiences on how GTD can help people diagnosed with ADHD- How GTD might help with addictions such as alcoholismThanks so much to the sender for submitting such deep questions for the podcast - if you have questions for us, big or small, e-mail us a…
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Morten has interviewed Martin Haagen. Martin is GTD trainer and coach in Sweden and a father, husbond and an explorer of the Wilds.And he has worked for years as a Saleforce consultant. He talks about his journey with GTD and the benefits he feels GTD gives him. We talk about GTD and Saleforce and his idea for an integration of GTD in Salesforce.Al…
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It's time for another Listener Questions episode!Listen to this episode with questions from Poland and the US on:- Using hashtags to link projects with next actions- What to do when you have 250+ next actions- How much detail should you have on your Horizons of Focus?..and much more! Thanks to Mariusz, Gregory and Ivan for their questions! If you h…
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How do you use reference systems in GTD?Listen to this episode to learn more about referencing anything with GTD, including:- What are the items that should be referenced- The different systems that you might need for digital and physical reference- Morten and Lars' slightly (?) different approaches to digital reference..and much more! Thanks to Ha…
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