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2004

blog on productivity stuff

by sachachua & 1 other
Great blog focusing on the Getting Things Done methodology, going into quite a bit of detail. Insightful reflections

1970

Open Thread: The “43 Folders” of health and fitness sites? | 43 Folders

by sharifl
what’s your favorite website or blog about getting healthy? What are your favorite apps for tracking progress and watching a diet? Who’s got the best “health hacks?”

Lunch & Learn: Getting Things Done

by maitrewong & 1 other
The tips and techniques presented here are mostly from Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen. Allen has also written a companion book called Ready for Anything: 52 Productivity Principles for Work and Life. The system based on these books is informally referred to as "GTD."

Backpack and GTD - What`s the next action

by sharifl
I am turning into a fan of 37signal’s product Backpack as a tool for my personal management. It takes some time and some tweaking of the system, but we are getting there!

MineZone Wiki - MVance.GettingThingsDone

by maitrewong & 13 others
Notes from Getting Things Done by David Allen

PigPogPDA | PigPog

by sharifl
What Is It?<br /> <br /> * A Moleskine29 hack.<br /> * An extreme Moleskine hack.<br /> * A simplified GTD30 system (What system? See our GTD Introduction31), with relatively little actual organising. May be useful if you fancy Doing GTD Without Doing GTD32.<br /> * A complete personal management system for those who’s needs aren’t too complicated.<br /> * A rather over-the-top system for dealing with just the capturing and processing end of GTD.

What`s the next action - A weblog about Getting Things Done

by maitrewong & 3 others
This weblog deals with everything GTD and the five phases of projectplanning as written by Dave Allen in his book "Getting Things Done"<br /> I will try to record and publish my thoughts and experiences with this system to really "Get Things Done" in my personal and professional life.

Chris Wright » Blog Archive » Yahoo! GTD (Part 1)

by sharifl & 2 others
The tools you’ll be using are the Yahoo! Calendar for your scheduling and tickler file, Yahoo! Notepad for lists, and Yahoo! Addresses to store your contacts.<br /> <br /> Calendar

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