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  • Transition from PDA to paper?

    Has anyone transitioned from electronic GTD (PDA) to paper? How did it go? What worked better? What worked worse?

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    I'm going to make the transition this week - I ordered at Time Design system and will see if it works out. Love the PDA and will still use it, but need a larger format for planning.

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    • #3
      I know that there is a natural affinity between Time Design and GTD, but their stuff seems so expensive

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      • #4
        That's because (in my humble opinion), T/D's stuff is "so much better". While Franklin/Covey is much cheaper than T/D, it is also OVER-FORMATTED. They seem to take delight into FORCING people into their paradigm (Priority A, A1, A2, A3, B1, A1A1B2, etc.) and as a result, I have found working with their stuff to be highly frustrating.

        I guess I'm a dyed in the wool GTDer (who started with David back in...89) who is still used to the T/D style.

        Just my .02!

        Kent

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        • #5
          Kent:

          This is a good thing for me to hear, seeing that I'm going this way this week.

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          • #6
            Has anyone tried the TimeDesign Gemini system?

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            • #7
              The yearly updates for TimeDesign are not all that much different from Covey. Then of course when you add in the time/frustration saved it makes the choice so much easier.

              I have had both, the piece of mind and performance gain from T/D makes me a repeat customer.

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