New GTD Workflow Map

Hi!
Does anyone know where you can get a free pdf of the new Work Flow Diagram from David Allen ala Getting Things Done? One that is actually readable? I'm stingy and I have already bought the book, the audiobook and various other stuff from davidco......so I now wondered if I could save myself some pennies and get the new map for free anywhere? Cheeky? I know! But you dont get if you dont ask, do you? Any help, advice etc greatly appreciated (apart from the "buy it you stingy monkey" comments!) :-) Thanks in advance x

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Did you look...

at the GTD Reference pages here: http://diyplanner.com/templates/official/classic ??
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thanks ygor but it was

thanks ygor but it was actually the new updated version I was after. I think it was re-designed in 2009 from what I can make out. It is alot more sophisticated than this one and goes into much more detail and basics sums up the whole system on the map. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_6KkagONQgKk/SnFeCepibwI/AAAAAAAAAS... i dont know if I'm allowed to do that but that is what it looks like! :-{

Here's a bigger one

http://ideas2followup.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/gtd-workfl...
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Erm not sure if my last post

Erm not sure if my last post got thru but if u google new gtd workflow map the new once hads illustrations and the horizons on there too ... any help? :-{

Eventually, we will have to just buy it

I have the blurry version found on a web search. The wording of your topic suggests you already know about it. When I am feeling like I have enough money for non essentials, I will be buying it, not because I really need it (got all three books, audio, etc), but because it seems really cool and useful, though expensive for what it is.

If I get money to burn, I may even buy a subscription to GTD connect (I think it is 300 and some dollars annually). It is worth every penny, but currently I cannot justify that expense to myself.

Re: Hmmm

It's seems to me that the map is essentially the same as the one before, just with some fancy color, people, and a few extra arrows here and there... For someone who wants to post something like this, I guess it has an air of more professionalism but for me, the basic map here at DIY planner is just as effective.

Of all the productivity gurus, Allen has been the most gracious allowing his system to be marked up here without complaining (ala Covey) and he freely gives of it to others so I'll not complain about him charging for the new map..I just think I'll stick with the old one.