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Getting Things Done Resources

 

This wiki is intended to be a portal to all the resources available

to implement David Allen's Getting Things Done methodology.

 

David Allen published his book "Getting Things Done - The Art

of Stress Free Productivity" in 2001.  Since then thousands

have benefited from his breakthrough work and many others

have taken his great work and enhanced the approach.  David's

primary premise can be found in his words:

 

"Have a mind like water - one that responds perfectly to what

is right in front of it."

 

We are living in a world that is going at light speed and are realizing

that old methods we have used for getting things done just don't work

at this speed - we have to find more effective ways to be in the moment

and excel.  David Allen's work is a piece to the puzzle for our times.

 

 


 

Steps to "Get Things Done"

 

  1. Collect
  2. Process 
  3. Organize
  4. Review
  5. Do

 

     Download a Visual of the GTD System

 

Learning about GTD

 

 

Implementing GTD

 

Paper based systems

  • SystemCards - the Analog way of doing GTD with index cards (3 x 5)
  • Moleskine - the legendary black covered notebooks
  • PocketMod - an eight page planner formed from a single sheet of paper
  • TicklerFile - a system of 43 folders to send reminders into the future
  • ReferenceFile - set up an A - Z filing system for your material
  • Pens - Pencils, Gel Pens, Fountain Pens, Markers, Space pens! Analog GTD is so much fun with the right pen!
  • Planners - recyle your planner folder and make your own pages

 

Computer based GTD 

 

Portable GTD 

 

 

Further details about this wiki

 

  • This web site was set up by Charles on the 11th September 2006. Please contact me for the password to this site.
  • More articles by Charles on GTD, Emacs and org-mode  on this page  
  • Read Charles's blog - Productivity articles here  
  • Learn how to use bold**, italics, tables, and more: The wiki style page
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