I am happy to announce the release of GTDLive! This is a ten CD audio set of David's two day seminar. The official launch date is 4/4/08 Read more about it tomorrow in the GTD Store here:
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Excellent news! I've been looking forward to this since I heard about it!
Connect Member Question
I'm interested in the GTD Live cds but have a question: Would you consider discounting them more than the standard 10% and NOT offering the "In Conversation" interviews as a "bonus"? Obviously, the interviews are of no benefit to a Connect Member and you'd save some money too.
I agree. Or perhaps discount for previous Roadmap and/or Mastering Workflow attendees?
I am right on the edge of buying this collection as well, and a slightly higher discount for Connect members would push me right over!
My "GTD" budget has been spoken for this year (signing up for Connect for a year) but I would still like to buy GTDlive! (probably as a gift for my partner)
I find the $395 price tag to be close to gouging. Bravo to the David Allen Company if the market grabs this set at that price point.
I already own the GTD FAST CDs (8 CDs), which are no longer made, but in listening to the free clips available, I didn't really hear a single new thing to interest me in buying this new set. I'm always disappointed when I hear David Allen on TV, or on a podcast, or in an online article/interview, always rehash the same GTD examples over and over again (how many times do I have to hear "Call FRED about THAT"?).
I've been a GTD work-in-progress for almost 6 years, so I've contributed my fair share to the company (2 books, GTD FAST, notetaker wallet, NetCentrics software, $30 GTD Outlook whitepaper, etc.). I am just disappointed that there wasn't a better effort to make this audio program more accessible to the masses. Sure, it's less than a $995 one-day Roadmap seminar, but I would think that the people who would shell out $395 for the audio are in that same demographic of people who would pay $995 for the seminar. I don't think they're penetrating any new markets here at $395.
But, let the open market be the judge.
Time to call FRED about THAT!