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SiobhanBR
SiobhanBR
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  • My systems are essentially separate as well. I just find it easier and I don't want all my private information stored and kept by my employer.

    I use Outlook Tasks at work and Evernote for personal. Even when I first set up GTD on paper I always maintained at least two project lists (Work...
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  • I often put NAs like "Process notes from conference" on my lists. If it will take longer than 2 minutes and you don't want to do it right now, deferring it makes perfect sense. You could also put it in your tickler for a specific day if you know you will have time to do it then. If you know...
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  • I do not forward emails to my task system at all. I process the email and record the NA(s) in the task system with as much information as I think I need. I know where to find the email if I need it later. If I expect to be replying to the email as part of my action, I put it in my !Action-Support folder....
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  • I move the email from my Sent folder into my WaitingSupport folder. At every weekly review, anything still in the WaitingSupport folder will get added to my WaitingFor list (which also has non-email waiting-fors). This way I'm not spending my day moving every email into WaitingSupport, adding it to...
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  • If you are just getting started with GTD I would stick to something you know. Paper works great, but Evernote works great too and in a similar way. I've been using it for my personal GTD system for a while now and it is so simple. Just create a notebook for each list and put them in a notebook stack...
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