How to Achieve Stress Free Productivity using Getting Things Done (GTD) – Geoff Peters

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Geoff from gives a 10 minute speech on how to achieve Stress Free Productivity using Getting Things Done (GTD) principles.

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You can download my slides here:

Recorded at Vancouver Toastmasters Club #59:

In this speech, I talk about:
-Why Stress Free Productivity?
-What is a Task
-What is a Project
-What is the difference between Horizontal and Vertical task management
-CPORD (Collect, Process, Organize, Review, Do) Process for Horizontal Task Management
-DOBOI (Defining Purpose and Principles, Outcome Visioning, Brainstorming, Organizing, Identifying Next Actions)
-The Next Actions List (for Horizontal Task Management)
-The Project Actions List (for Vertical Task Management)
-Examples of these lists

The tool I use for Task Management is “Google Tasks Canvas”

The Android app I use along with the website is called GTasks:

I made a tutorial video here:

Geoff filmed this 360 video, a recording of his Toastmasters speech in 360 degrees, using his YI 360 VR Camera in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Filmed with YI 360 VR Camera in 4K resolution with in-camera stitching. I put the YI 360 camera on a light stand and filmed my speech.

**** Please note that the image quality of this video is poor since I mistakenly used the “Stage” scene mode, which resulted in the video being very dark. To make it usable, I needed to increase the brightness of the video, which made the image very noisy.

Thanks for watching! Cheers, Geoff

Curious how I made this video? Look no further. I have explained how to do it in some easy tutorial videos. Here are the links to my 360 Video Editing tutorial video:

How to Edit 360 video in Adobe Premiere and upload to Youtube

Best viewed using headphones, and the Zeiss VR One Plus or the Samsung Gear VR
Also compatible with Google Cardboard

Thanks for watching!

Technical notes:
This 4k resolution video was captured using the YI 360 VR Camera using on-camera stitching. It was edited in Adobe Premiere.

Filmed with the YI 360 VR Camera

Looks good viewed with Zeiss VR One Plus:

Also viewable in Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard

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