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  • Zones: super-contexts

    Just discovered this blog (the guy isn't selling anything, either) and he talks about 'Zones' which I see as a sort of 'super-context' -- things like 'Driving to Work' and 'Kids Bed-Time'.

    http://www.zonebyzone.com/

    It's one of the cleverer hacks I've seen for GTD; I think I'll be trying it out.

    It seems like a good way to deal with problems like "I'm almost always able to get online so @Online doesn't actually help."


    Cheers,
    Roger

  • #2
    Very interesting, thanks Roger.

    I think he is somewhat inspired by "The Back of the Napkin".

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    • #3
      Wow, that's pretty neat.

      I noticed the @Home context in the spreadsheet had only 60 minutes of time in it whereas other contexts had hundreds of minutes. I think that helps to explain why @Home can be so hard for many of us, particularly families with children. The windows of time and energy to be productive in that context is very small for the average person.

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      • #4
        That's reminds of Julie Morgenstern time map concept back to early 2000.

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