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  • Viewable results of process steps

    Hi

    What do you think -- are these the viewable concrete products of executing the GTD process?

    Thanks,
    Rob

    capture -- an inbasket of stuff, physical or online
    clarify -- a project, defined by a desired end result -- the end result could be action or state of being
    organize -- lists of action items sorted by context
    reflect -- updated lists of projects and actions
    engage -- a focused, non-distracted GTD practitioner

  • #2
    Ha, nice! That looks right.

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    • #3
      These are the concrete products of doing GTD, but I'd add a couple of items under organize. In addition to your action lists, you have filing systems for general reference material and incubation systems for items to be reviewed at a later date.

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      • #4
        And to abbreviate it using the initials, that would give "ccore". Maybe "'c-core' the concrete core of gtd" or something like that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ArcCaster View Post
          capture -- an inbasket of stuff, physical or online
          clarify -- a project, defined by a desired end result -- the end result could be action or state of being
          organize -- lists of action items sorted by context
          reflect -- updated lists of projects and actions
          engage -- a focused, non-distracted GTD practitioner
          capture - I agree - inboxes of various types

          clarify - garbage bins (real and electronic) full of useless stuff; outcomes or things that you want to have your attention on at some later time or context; pieces of information or objects that you want to be able to access on demand

          organize - three sets of systems - one set of systems for reminding you (either automatically or via regular review) of outcomes, intentions, inspirations, or information at appropriate times or intervals (calenders, to do reminders, outcomes lists that are reviewed regularly); another set of systems for reminding you of physical actions to take when you are in the appropriate context (i.e. action lists that are reviewed in specific contexts); a third set of systems for reference, filing, and storage to access things by index on demand

          reflect - updated systems of reminders, context lists, and reference/storage

          engage - said GTD master

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