Now there's a blog opener that will get someone's attention. It's from a blog post, How GTD Rescued Me, by Scott Gould. Scott's sharing his experience implementing GTD and specific the impact it's having on his life and ministry.
I know that there are a significant number of people in ministry that have implemented the GTD methodology to help them cope with a constantly changing set of priorities. For these people ministry is all about getting things done.
David Allen lovingly refers to these folks as ClerGTD.
I talked with a pastor friend about this phenomenon and he explained that GTD is the approach that allows him to serve his congregation and stay on top of things when his priorities can suddenly change with a phone call (e.g. Mrs. Smith is in the hospital, etc.)
I'm delighted to see the positive impact that GTD is having in people's lives.
Welcome to the GTD community, Scott. I look forward to reading about your experiences getting things done in ministry!
Blog: Scott Gould