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  • Goal mapping

    For those who've read Brian Mayne's Goal Mapping book, was it a good supplement to GTD's higher level planning?

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    The answer is GoalEnforcer, the only Goal Mapping tool in the market.
    It's really fun and simple to use.
    Check it out:
    GoalEnforcer Review
    and
    GoalEnforcer Website

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    • #3
      Have not read the book in question.

      However, the use of mapping techniques for any level of GTD is a worth while exercise ... either via paper of program.

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      • #4
        1. Jinny Ditzler's Best Year Yet
        2. Ken Smith's It's About Time
        3. Steve Pavlina's articles on his website
        4. Covey's Books (the reasoning not the "system")
        5. Zig Ziglar's Perfomance Planner
        6. The Manual to Tony Robbins Rapid Planning Method Software

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          GoalEnForcer

          I just happened on the the GoalEnForcer. Do you still like it. It seems very simple to use.

          Thanks

          SB


          The answer is GoalEnforcer, the only Goal Mapping tool in the market.
          It's really fun and simple to use.

          Check it out:
          GoalEnforcer Review
          and
          GoalEnforcer Website

          Comment

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