Getting active with OmniFocus: first days

As threatened promised, here is my first installment of Mastering OmniFocus: Can a Slacker go from Productivity Zero to Guru or Come Up with a Pithy, Descriptive Blog Post Title? Well, we certainly know the answer to one of those questions, don’t we?

via The Omni Mouth » Getting active with OmniFocus: first days.

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Getting started with "Getting Things Done" | 43 Folders

geeks like frameworks but tend to ignore rules

via Getting started with “Getting Things Done” | 43 Folders.


GTD Workflows

Visual representations of the GTD Workflow


GTD Cheatsheet: The Workflow | LifeDev

The workflow is a very powerful thing. It’s not a hard concept to grasp, yet it’s the hardest one to put into practice. The stages of the workflow are this:

via GTD Cheatsheet: The Workflow | LifeDev.


9 Reasons Why Getting Things Done Sucks! – Practical advice on personal development, productivity and GTD

Blasthemy! I hope the productivians don’t strike me down ;) Here is my list of issues with GTD that I have picked out. These are a mix of my own and other’s experiences that were shared in a previous post asking the readers what they disliked. This is meant as a one-sided critique and as such is not strictly representative of my true feelings. If you disagree with any points please do share your thoughts. Also, be sure to suggest any points I may have missed.

via 9 Reasons Why Getting Things Done Sucks! – Practical advice on personal development, productivity and GTD.


Zen Habits

Are you a fan of GTD? What’s your trusted system? GTD, and my twist on it, ZTD, recommend that you keep your task in a series of lists based on different contexts. And while many popular GTD tools Kinkless, stikkit, Outlook, Remember the Milk, etc. make things a bit complicated, the truth is that all you need are lists.

via 5 Simple, Effective GTD Tools | Zen Habits .


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