Asian Efficiency - Time Management and Productivity. Google's Ranking System, OKR. The Pomodoro Technique™ As a low effort GTD tool « Licorize' Blog. Licorize is not associated in any form with Mr.
David Allen or its company, When referring to the GTD book, we will refer to Piatkus edition 2009. Here we consider Licorize as a tool which can help in using the Getting Things Done methodology. We also briefly introduce the methodology. Getting Things Done, also abbreviated as GTD, is a popular time management productivity method created by David Allen. It is presented in this book, though I find Mr. Personally I am quite skeptical of any “personal coaching” ideology, but Mr. Licorize is not just a GTD tool: it is basically an idea collector that is compatible with several GTD practices. GTD’s methodology is a way to make an agreement with oneself, about managing “ideas overload” – not to be confused with information overload: the overload GTD wants to relieve is internal, self generated, not due to external sources. My summary of GTD In basket Licorize facilitates putting everything that you are taking a mental note of in the basket. The art of the doable to-do list.
Separate your email from your to-do's. Empty Your Inbox with the Trusted Trio. Getting into the Weekly Review habit. Practicing Simplified GTD. SExpand Whenever I talk to someone who knows anything about Lifehacker, whether it's a reader or a journalist, this question is inevitable: "Do you follow Getting Things Done?
" My answer is always a whole-hearted "Sorta. " I've read David Allen's productivity bible a few times, and The David is onto something with his methodology. But as far as I'm concerned, full-on GTD is too complicated and slippery for simple-minded civilians like myself. That's why I've whittled GTD down to its barest bones: picked away the jargon, acronyms, and extras and installed one single habit into my work life that's made all the difference. Make three lists. Those eight words are what I got out of three years of reading and writing about Getting Things Done. The Three ListsP These are my three lists:P To-do list. Note: WHERE you keep these lists is up to you. Once you've got your lists, they only serve you if you actually look at them.P Daily and Weekly RevisionsP Dealing with PaperP. Original Inbox Zero Articles (2006) Looking for the Inbox Zero video? The full 1-hour video for Merlin’s Inbox Zero presentation at Google is available for free over here — or check out this 43 Folders post for more information about the video.
What’s “Inbox Zero?” These links point to the original Inbox Zero Series that Merlin wrote for 43 Folders in 2006. They cover the skills, tools, and attitudes that can help empty your email inbox — and then keep it that way. You can visit each of the posts by clicking the title. Also, don’t miss the “Related Articles” below for more of Merlin’s most popular posts on dealing with email. Posts in the Inbox Zero series Related articles These are, to date (2006−03−13), our most popular posts on email and were recently collected in a recap article, “Becoming an Email Ninja.” Test Your GTD-IQ.