Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Episode Fourteen: Augusto Pinaud

@Context is back with another great episode! Co-host, Tara Rodden Robinson, turns interviewer and talks with host Augusto Pinaud. Learn all about how he got organized, his best tips and tricks, and much more in this engaging conversation between two good friends. Download the podcast here.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Episode Thirteen: Jim McCullen

If you're a fan of the GTD Virtual Study Group, you probably already know our guest for this episode, Jim McCullen. Jim's presentation on using Outlook's inbox as a GTD organizational tool is one of the most popular podcasts on the GTD VSG site. Now, we get to learn more details from Jim about how he discovered GTD, his favorite tools and tricks, and of course, more on how he uses Outlook to keep his world spinning in high gear. Download the podcast here.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Episode Twelve: Jeff Koeze

In this episode, you'll meet Jeff Koeze. Recently profiled in Inc. magazine (you can read the article here), Jeff is CEO of Koeze Co., a direct-order candy and nut company. You'll hear how Jeff juggles running his business, responding to crises (thing: peanut recall), and staying on top of his world using GTD. Download the podcast here.

Interested in Jeff's favorite binders? They're made by Bindertek.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Episode Eleven: Matthew Cornell

Join Augusto and Tara in this dynamic, wide ranging conversation about GTD with Matthew Cornell. Known to the many readers of his popular blog as "Idea Matt," Matthew is a productivity expert, deep thinker, former-NASA engineer, and much more. You'll learn how GTD changed Matt's life and career and much more. You can learn more about Matt from his website: matthewcornell .org. Download the podcast here.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Episode Ten: Dan and Denise Stratton

The context in this episode is @love! Yes, we're celebrating Valentine's Day with our first couple: Dan & Denise Stratton. Husband and father, Dan, brought home a copy of Getting Things Done and wife and mom, Denise, promptly put it into action. Together, Dan and Denise are raising a family of three and keep work and home more running smoothly using what they learned from reading the book. Listen and you'll learn how they've strengthened their relationship, kept three teens in motion, and retained their sense of humor and joy. For folks who listen to the GTD Virtual Study Group, Dan's voice will sound familiar as one of our regular contributers. Download the podcast here.

To see the custom pens that Dan makes in his "spare" time, go to http://www.dwstratton.com. The scanner Dan mentioned in the interview is ScanSnap.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Episode Nine: Ricky Spears

Welcome to a New Year @Context! In this episode, you'll hear Ricky Spears tell us about how his practice of GTD has developed and evolved over the years. Ricky is President of his own company, Spears Technologies, Inc., as well as a blogger, an instructor for Microsoft's SharePoint, as well as a web designer, developer, and internet consultant. You can learn more about Ricky by visiting his website: www.RickySpears.com. Download the podcast here.

There were many websites mentioned in the course of our conversation. Here are the links:
• Palm Tip Sheet: http://www.rohdesign.com/palmtipsheet/
• Synergy (software for mousing between two computer simultaneously) http://synergy2.sourceforge.net/
• Two of Augusto's favorite posts from Ricky's blog:
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