Posts Tagged ‘trusted system’
The case for paper-based productivity
Paper is a powerful productivity device in its own right.
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 […]
Folded Workflow Map is an Ideal Gift
The GTD Workflow Map is now available in a small folded version.
Where top-down approaches bog down
Top-down approaches are excellent for improving your vision, but there’s no weather at 50,000 feet! As you descend from these high, “planning altitudes,” they give no instruments for flying at “project altitudes” – through cloud cover at 10,000 feet, and the ground fog on the runway. Top-down approaches bog down during taxi, take-off, and landing […]
Remind Me — What Bucket Does This Belong In?
Cartoonist Rob Cottingham illustrates that defining your work isn’t always easy when you’re caught in its tentacles.
Figuring Out the Best GTD Lists for You
I find that whatever lists work for me are the best lists.
Don't be a stranger to your lists
One of the things that helps me stay current with my GTD system and not have the Weekly Review feel like a major renovation, is that I review my Next Actions lists whenever I feel like it and as often as I can. Whenever I coach people who have slipped out of regular reviews (call […]
GTD Nuggets – How to Know if You’re Organized
You are disorganized if you need something somewhere that you don’t have or have something somewhere that you don’t need.
How to send mail to your future self — at a discount!
The Tickler File system is your personalized post office in a file drawer. It’s on sale now in the David Allen Company Store for 25% off the regular price.