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The GTD Approach to Linking Next Actions and Projects.

One of the most common questions about implementing GTD is how to link projects and next actions. The recommendation in Getting Things Done is that you park your next actions on context-based lists — not as separate lists under each of your projects. Why does David...
The Critically Most Important Place to Start with GTD

The Critically Most Important Place to Start with GTD

People worldwide are discovering the Getting Things Done® methodology; and often I’m asked, “Where should I start?!” They have either read the book, been to a seminar, heard about it on a podcast or from a friend; and they have sufficient inspiration or at least...
Roy’s GTD Story

Roy’s GTD Story

Note: Roy’s GTD Story is in the form of an email he sent to David Allen about project planning. David’s response follows. One HUGE takeaway from GTD for Teens that I haven’t gotten from any other GTD source: It is written on pages 106-107, that as you’re clarifying...
Is Your World Outrunning You?

Is Your World Outrunning You?

There is nothing new in the world, except how frequently things are new, and the number of people having to accept and adapt consistently to that reality. The difference between your world and that of your parents is in how much less you can count on anything...
What have you done lately?

What have you done lately?

What have you done lately? I mean, what have you actually finished, completed, and accomplished? If you haven’t made a list in the last year, I would highly recommend that you take a few minutes and capture that. It has always intrigued me how much a...
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