Thursday, December 18, 2008

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Monday, December 1, 2008

Episode Eight: Katherine Derbyshire

In this episode, meet Katherine Derbyshire. She is well known to folks who read posts on the GTD forums at as: kewms. Katherine is a great writer who uses GTD to stay focused and on track. Download the podcast here. Apologies for the poor quality of the recording on this episode; when adjustments were made to improve volume, quality suffered.

You can also find more information about Katherine Derbyshire and her work on

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Episode Seven: Barbara Bailey

For GTD Connect members or fans of the GTD Virtual Study Group, Barbara Bailey is known for her practical advice and her devotion to all things GTD. If you're meeting Barb for the first time, you're in for a treat! Barb is an independent HR professional. As a solo business owner, she uses Getting Things Done to keep her work flowing smoothly. But the fun doesn't stop there--from grocery shopping to trip planning, Barb has got her practice down to a science. You'll get tons of great tips from this witty, amazing woman. Download the podcast here.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Episode Six: Rob Randall

In this episode, you'll meet GTD Connect member and GTD Virtual Study Group regular, Rob Randall. Rob is in that most common of predicaments for those ‘on the runway’: He is an individual contributor (a course developer) who is senior enough that he also has responsibilities for people and processes. These are at extreme ends of the spectrum; work on one end of the spectrum pulls him away from work on the other. He finds GTD helpful in managing his days while being pulled in opposite directions. Download the podcast here.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Episode Five: Buzz Bruggeman

In this episode, meet Buzz Bruggeman, one of the geniuses behind Active Words. Even if you haven't tried this amazing piece of software, you're in for a treat. Buzz is a dynamic and enthusiastic proponent of Getting Things Done, responsive customer service, and innovation.

Here are a few more resources related to this conversation you might want to check out:

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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Episode Four: Rob Peters

Welcome to another conversation @Context. In this episode, Augusto and Tara talk to Rob Peters. Rob is a Senior Manager for Business Development in the Global Banking Practice at Capgemini Financial Services USA. A veteran and dedicated GTD-er, Rob talks about how he keeps up with his many projects, what his weekly review is like, and how he stays on top of his demanding schedule with less stress than ever before.

Rob is part of a novel new project, the Relationship Networking Industry Association (RNIA). The idea behind RNIA is simple: quantify and reward the value of relationships in terms of accountability, integrity, and trust. This is a project you're going to be hearing a lot more about in the near future--you can get a preview in this interview. Download the podcast here.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Episode Three: Andre Kibbe

This week's guest is Andre Kibbe, noted GTD blogger at Our conversation ranged widely from capturing and processing next actions to how a thorough weekly review can make any workday as simple as "flipping burgers." You're sure to learn a lot from this amazing productivity expert. Download the podcast here.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Episode Two: Brian Darnell

Thanks for joining us! @Context is off to a great start. If you're one of our subscribers, thanks! We're honored to share these interviews and insights with you. If this is your first visit with us, we have a great episode for this week.

@Context continues as Augusto and Tara talk to IT specialist, Brian Darnell. For members of David Allen's GTD Connect, Brian is known on the forum as 12HourHalfDay, a reference to the long hours he puts in at work. Brian talks about how GTD saved his job, keeps him organized, and allows him to stay focused. If you need some extra inspiration, you may really like how Brian uses affirmations to stay on track. (By the way, you can learn more about the GTD study group Brain refers to here.) Download the podcast here.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Episode One: Introducing Co-Host Tara Robinson

Welcome! In this, the inaugural episode of @Context, listen as host Augusto Pinaud introduces the series by getting to know co-host, Tara Rodden Robinson. Tara balances owning a business with teaching, writing, and enjoying life in the Pacific Northwest. She'll give you a look into her system and how she uses iCal and Remember the Milk to stay organized. Download the podcast here.

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