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mcogilvie
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 02:34 PM
Joined: 01-02-2005
Location: St. Louis, MO USA
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  • For a lot of people, 2.5 hours of focused productivity is a big improvement. However, I agree with you.



    Yes, it's a little ambiguous. But money and fun are not the same, and family is not always fun either. I do wonder if I should put "Buy lice shampoo" under Health...
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  • I use software (mac and iDevices) in such a way that the lists that I look at every day are context lists:

    1,3,5: home office or at work. These are my 1 hour, 20 minute, 5 minute tasks. The name comes from the 1-3-5 rule which you can google; it's basically a rule that says on any day you...
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  • The way to get good at GTD habits is to do them. It helps if you really do what the GTD book (or David Allen) tells you to do: capture, process, organize, review, do. Weekly review. Clean the inbox. It's easy to fall off the wagon, but can be easy to get back on too. If you design a complicated system...
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  • To paraphrase David Allen, the value of future planning lies in the changes you make today. Like many people, I've found that too much structure and guidance is not helpful, and may even hinder the process. Most often, I just use lists for future goals.
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  • GTD has its own twist on what a project is, and track can mean many different things. I think it is safe to say that you need to do whatever is necessary for each project to feel comfortable about it. Generally speaking, that's not an issue of software. Can you say more about what's on your mind?
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