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  • GTD + R :: Getting Things Done + RHODIA

    Hello new friends!

    I am a software engineer. I always need to thrash out the tasks in my work.

    I made new way by mixing GTD and managing the tasks with RHODIA.

    I call it "GTD + R".

    It is very simple for the concept. I call it "Card game for push through the work" as metaphor.



    Anybody wants the tasks or work to get things done sooner. To get things done, you have to capture it. So I call it the GAME to clean up the tasks.

    I think that there are a lot of people who wants to do their works as games.
    You prepare FIELD because it is the GAME. You can play it and clean up the tasks on the field.
    You prepare POCKET. It makes easy to carry and to clean up the tasks anywhere.

    Let's try "GTD + R"!

    http://gtd-r.blogspot.com/


    Because the original idea of "GTD + R", "Getting Things DONE? GTD" is very simple, I was able to make "GTD + R". I'm having the utmost respect for David Allen who made with GTD.
    I appreciate him very much.


    Your advice is welcome!
    Last edited by Kenji OHTA; 01-10-2007, 08:28 AM.

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    Copyright? What is it RHODIA?

    Your system seems to be complete and thought-out.

    The guide has a note "Copyright(C) CRE8SYSTEM 2006 All Rights Reserved."
    Can anybody use your system without CRE8SYSTEM's written permission?
    Can it be translated to other languages?

    And what is it RHODIA?

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    • #3
      RHODIA is a brand of paper notebook: http://www.pendemonium.com/stationery_rhodia.htm

      Katherine

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      • #4
        Very interesting! I can see some advantages to the physical act of sorting onto the field - especially for those visually-oriented.

        In my work as an informal educator, I've frequently found that the formal structure inherent in a game can teach students in ways that other activities cannot.

        Games will often hold the interest of an ADD child, for example, far longer than the same concepts presented in other ways.

        Thanks for sharing this system!

        Emkay

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        • #5
          >TesTeq
          You are very welcome to transrate to another language!!
          Please use GTD+R with CRE8SYSTEM'S copy right as original writer.

          >Katherine
          Thank you for following-up about RHODIA.

          >emkay
          Thank you! I hope you enjoy your life with GTD+R!

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