Tag: “Basic GTD”

Getting Things Done - GTD

Control and perspective

Control and Perspective

One of the most controversial points for those who are new to the GTD methodology (Getting Things Done) is the apparent absence of priorities to classify the actions to be performed every day. This happens because traditional management systems, both personal and business, were based on the arbitrary assignment of priorities to each of the projects or actions to be performed, and one expects any organizational system to allow you to classify with a letter or a number, or some form of prioritization, each of your tasks.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Stress relax

Stuff

We have never been so connected before. This connectivity is fully integrated into our lives, 24 hours a day, through the devices we carry with us at all times. Notifications and vibrations compete tirelessly for our attention, and of course, apps are designed to grab our attention for as long as possible.

Getting Things Done - GTD

What are your next actions

What Are Your Next Actions?

Those of us who use GTD as a personal organization system start by capturing or collecting in a trusted place everything we think we need to do something about. A trusted place is one that allows us to consult or retrieve that information at any time; it can be a notebook, a smartphone, a web application, etc.

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