Category Archives: GTD

The GTD productivity method helps you tackle the minutiae of the day. You can clear out your head, organize your tasks and projects, and maintain the structure easily. But beyond the day-to-day organization, an important aspect of the GTD system is what David Allen calls the “bigger picture” review. A system that instructs you to […]

The last part of the GTD workflow discussion is about the last two phases of workflow: reviewing and doing. Again, this is nothing new, but the information should serve as a reminder of why Getting Things Done works for so many people. Reviewing and doing complete the reason for GTD’s success. People can fully trust […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. Today, I’ll cover how […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. In several posts, I’ll […]

It is interesting how you can actually feel clutter building up around you. You can feel it there even when you are trying to ignore it, just like trying to ignore a pet waiting to be taken on a walk. No matter what you do, you won’t be able to devote your full attention to […]

We talk about productivity all the time—at home, in the office, here on this blog—but we may not all be talking about the same thing. Productivity has a different definition for everyone. It’s important to find your definition of productivity, otherwise you’ll never be able to evaluate your progress and judge if you’ve reached the […]