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DC Lotus Professionals Meetup Featuring GTD Guru Eric Mack - Nov 17th


DCLUG MeetupAnnouncing a new Meetup for DC Lotus Professionals (aka DCLUG)!

What: GTD Expert Eric Mack on Getting Things Done with Lotus Software

When: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 3:00 PM

Where: IBM Office
600 14th Street NW Room 356
Washington, DC 20005

NOTE: You must RSVP by Monday morning, Nov 15th, because of IBM's building security requirements. Sorry for the short notice but our IBM hosts just relocated their offices.


Join the conversation Wednesday, November 17th 3-5PM when well-known GTD expert Eric Mack will show us how we can use Lotus Software coupled with proven best practices to become more productive and get things done!

Most people think of Lotus Notes as an organizational tool. That’s the way it’s marketed and it’s often the way organizations deploy it – as a top down solution. Seldom do you hear about Notes being used for personal productivity or knowledge management. As a consequence, users see Notes as a company system and not “their” tool. Lotus knows when tools become personal, productivity increases, and when personal productivity increases so does the productivity of the workgroup and the organization.

All Attendees will receive a free eProductivity reference application with GTD and other resources.

There will also be a drawing for free software licenses and subscriptions - bring your business cards!

Eric Mack, MKM, is an expert in personal productivity and knowledge management. A Notes user since version 2, he is also the creator of the popular eProductivity application for Lotus Notes which brings the best practices of David Allen's "Getting Things Done", or GTD methodology, inside of Lotus Software.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Whether or not you can attend next week's DC Lotus Professionals Meetup, I strongly encourage you to RSVP anyway and join the DC Lotus Professionals Meetup group so you can easily stay informed about future local Lotus events.

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