Managing tasks at work and at home has never been easy. COVID-19 hasn't made it any easier. Which is why I'm so excited to release this week's podcast episode, where I had the privilege of interviewing Julie Ireland, Senior GTD Coach at GTD Focus. When I first heard about Julie’s Getting Things Done or “GTD” Coaching services, I figured it was just about being more productive. Turns out, it’s about a whole lot more.
GTD Focus is the Exclusive Partner for the delivery of Getting Things Done® (GTD®) individual coaching in the United States and Canada. Their workflow coaching services are one-on-one intensives that will drill down to the core of how you work, coach you in making better tactical and strategic decisions, and guide you in building sustainable systems that will better support your flourishing, amidst rapid change and growth.
Julie's work is fascinating, and my take on GTD is that it's more of a philosophy and a mindset than an instruction manual. But I have to say the thing I was most impressed with was how open and present Julie was during our interview. It was contagious (not a great word to be throwing around right now but I can't think of a better one) and before long we were both talking about big picture topics, such as:
At the end of the day, this interview was about coaching. That word means a lot more to me now, and based on what I've seen Julie is everything a coach should be.
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