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Whether you are new to task management or you've fallen off the wagon a few times, this podcast is for you. Once a week, Jean and James review their progress toward a more organized (and less stressful) way of life, and talk about highlights, challenges, and questions. Sometimes they ask the experts to chime in. But the focus will always be on how two friends, who not productivity gurus, figure out how to make this system work for them longterm.

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Friendly productivity tips

I always enjoy the friendly chatter of Jean and James, and every now and then I learn a good productivity tip as well. This conversational format is vastly preferable compared to listening to someone lecture me on GTD methodology.
A+ would subscribe again.

A nice dose of GTD inspiration

This is a fun little podcast where the hosts Jean and James talk about their efforts to use the getting things done methodology in their day-to-day lives. Although the focus is on the critical weekly review part of the GTD methodology, they actually talk about all aspects of using GTD. I find their friendly and very human discussions to be inspiring in my own use of GTD. It also has a super catchy theme song, so what’s not to love?

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