GTD Tips: Under-Promise and Over-Deliver

Well, it’s been quite a while since I haven’t touched my GTD tips folder. Yes, I do have a GTD tips folder, which is in fact a part of a journal. As you already may know that, I use Mac Journal to blog and, sometimes, to implement some GTD techniques for blogging. Today it’s time to … Read more GTD Tips: Under-Promise and Over-Deliver

GTD Tips: It’s Not How You Feel About What You’re Doing…

But about what you’re not doing… Yeap. Precisely. These GTD tips are just short sentences synthesizing in a very simple way some of the GTD concepts I found interesting or somehow become especially close to me. There are already 3 other GTD tips available. All these tips are coming in just one line of text. … Read more GTD Tips: It’s Not How You Feel About What You’re Doing…

GTD Tips: Re-negotiate Your Commitments Constantly

And carefully chose what you really want to do, never doing more than you actually can. Because if you will chose the impossible, you will eventually be burned out. This is one of the toughest things that I have to learn through GTD. I am a very ambitious person. Or at least I considered my … Read more GTD Tips: Re-negotiate Your Commitments Constantly

More Blog Content – The Series

In the last (almost) 100 days, since I started this blog, I realized I wrote stuff following several patterns. Some of them were assumed, like the fact that this blog is – primarily – about GTD and productivity, some of them just emerged from the blogging activity itself. It’s very interesting to see how the blog content … Read more More Blog Content – The Series

GTD Tips: On Your Weekly Review, Do One Thing At A Time

Another interesting thing (among a plethora of other useful gtd tips) I picked up from the David Allen book on Getting Things Done. This is the second one after the successful never have the same thought twice, unless you like that thought. This time it’s about time :-). Or how not to lose it. Or lose … Read more GTD Tips: On Your Weekly Review, Do One Thing At A Time

GTD Tips: Never Have The Same Thought Twice. Unless You Like That Thought

I discovered a lot of short, actionable GTD tips in the book of David Allen, as well as in a good number of blogs that are writing about this methodology. Starting to write about these tips, and even make a series of posts out of them, seemed like a good idea. And starting with my favourite one-liner: … Read more GTD Tips: Never Have The Same Thought Twice. Unless You Like That Thought