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Where in GTD book does David talk about trustworthy systems?

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  • Where in GTD book does David talk about trustworthy systems?

    Hello all,

    I remember reading in the book where David speaks about having a system that is trustworthy, but I cannot remember where. IIRC, there were 3 things that one had to have/do.

    1) Completeness
    2) Reviewed enough
    3????

    Does anyone know where in the book David talked about these things?

    Thanks,

    Joe

  • #2
    Couple of places:

    Page 13
    Managing commitments
    " . . captured in a trusted system outside your mind . . .that you know you'll come back to regularly and sort through . . ."
    " . . . clarify exactly what your commitment is and decide what you have to do . . . to make progress toward fulfilling it."
    " . . . keep reminders of [actions] organized in a system you review regularly."

    Page 54
    "clearly defined outcomes (projects) . . .
    next actions to move them toward closure . . .
    reminders placed in a trusted system . . .
    that is reviewed regularly"

    So I think the one you're missing is "clarified - what you have to do to make progress toward fulfilling it"

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