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  • My GTD system - mostly paper system - explained

    On this link, there is an explanation of how I designed my GTD system. Most of my system is paperless. The story of how it evolved is here.

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    Great!

    I am brand spankin new to the whole GTD concept and am very excited about it.
    I have been looking online in different forums, etc. for some sort of visual on how the heck to work this system and actually put it into real practice.

    Because I am such a visual learner, it has been very difficult for me to wrap my head around all these written out steps that I've found.

    The link you gave looks great. I will take my time on this site and am thrilled that there are pictures that make sense.

    Not sure if this visual need is more of a woman thing or not, but another thing I have a hard time imagining is doing all of this electronically which seems to be what almost all are doing.

    My personal primary learning style is probably Tactile/Kinesthetic with the close second being visual which is probably why the whole paper system appeals to me so much more.

    I think that I'd probably not keep the electronic system up for very long.

    Anyhoo, thanks for the link!

    Mindy

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      Originally posted by mindy66 View Post
      Not sure if this visual need is more of a woman thing or not, but another thing I have a hard time imagining is doing all of this electronically which seems to be what almost all are doing.
      Mindy, the main thing is to find a system that works for you... don't worry about what other people are doing

      - Don

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