Posts Tagged ‘Next Actions’

Mom gets the right things done with the Natural Planning Model
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Mom gets the right things done with the Natural Planning Model

I decided to apply the Natural Planning Model from GTD to my overall life plan.

Life at the project level
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Life at the project level

David Allen received this email from Ben, an enthusiastic GTDer who has been customizing his home and work system for greater productivity.

Why "List" is a dirty word
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Why "List" is a dirty word

David Allen explores three reasons why “list” is often considered a dirty word, and three things you can do to change that for yourself.

Details that make your life easier
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Details that make your life easier

Detailed next actions prevent procrastination

How are David Allen’s lists set up?
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How are David Allen’s lists set up?

Get a rare look inside David Allen’s personal GTD system in the next webinar hosted by GTD Connect. You’ll see how he’s customized his lists and examples of what he uses them for. It’s a great opportunity to see GTD in action and spark your own creative ideas for customizing your system. March 10th from […]

How does the BlackBerry task app stack up for GTD?
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How does the BlackBerry task app stack up for GTD?

How do you think the Blackberry stacks up for managing your lists the GTD way?

How is a Next Action List Different from a To Do List?
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How is a Next Action List Different from a To Do List?

A clear next action triggers action and positive engagement.

The 6 Horizons of Focus
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The 6 Horizons of Focus

Managing the flow of work can be approached from many altitudes. We have roughly categorized “work” into six levels, or horizons of focus.

Webinar on using Outlook for GTD
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Webinar on using Outlook for GTD

This webinar is on the essentials of optimizing your GTD productivity with Outlook.

GTD Nuggets – Fancy Features You Don’t Need
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GTD Nuggets – Fancy Features You Don’t Need

Once you realize that you only need to define your projects with the next actions on them and keep track of all that in a complete but simple set of lists, you won’t need to bother yourself with much else.