Tag: “Practical GTD”

Getting Things Done - GTD

How to Manage Problems with GTD

We all have problems, constantly, almost every day. But what are problems exactly? According to the dictionary they are difficulties with dubious solution, circumstances that hinder the achievement of a goal. But the most important thing is that they are issues that need to be clarified, because they either become an obstacle on the way to your goals or they cause you a stress that you do not want to live with.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Reach Balance through Your Areas of Responsibility

The GTD capturing phase has normally got a reactive nature. This means that you will be doing some work, going for a walk, or in the cinema, and suddenly, you see something, someone tells you something, you remember something or an idea comes to your mind. So you capture it to avoid the stress of having it at the back of your mind all the time or making you feel worried you might forget it.

Getting Things Done - GTD

How to Organize Your Reference Material

Many of the things that fall into your hands do not require any action but contain valuable and useful information for some of your tasks or some future project.

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