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Category: GTD

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Omnifocus 2 Review – GTD App of choice?

Today we review a thoroughbred Getting Things Done(GTD) App, Omnifocus 2. Omnifocus has been an omnipresent stalwart of the GTD Methodology for some time now on the Mac. Let’s see how this pedigree has...

Top 5 New GTD Features of Zendone 2.0

It has been some time since my review of Zendone and meanwhile things have changed for this Getting Things Done (GTD) task manager.  Zendone 2.0 has arrived and here are the five top features...

Zen to Done review

Zen to Done by Leo Babauta is a productivity book that you can get through in a couple of hours as it is not stuffed with rambling stories to get to a chunky 300...

My Life Organized Review

Here we review My Life Organized(MLO), which takes a hierarchical task list and applies a Getting Things Done(GTD) interface. It supports multiple platforms, Windows, Android and IOS, but today I will be reviewing the...

7 Habits and GTD ToDo List

My style of task management has been influenced by both Getting Things Done, GTD, and the 7-Habits of Effective people. “The 7 Habits of effective people”, by Stephen Covey, promotes the idea of “putting...

Getting Things Done (GTD) with Zendone!

Zendone is a polished, minimal, web-based implementation of Getting Things Done (GTD). It is the software equivalent of a gothically pimped piece of Ikea furniture called STOLVIKRLM and it aims provide a simple, elegant...

Getting Things Done with GTDNext

These days, every man and his dog is using an app for task management.  There is undoubtedly a time and a place for pen and paper – for goodness sake, the retro chic alone...

Simply Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done(GTD) is a very popular method of task management that has revolutionized the working lives of many. And now, I will unceremoniously strip it down to the basics, do a Macgyver on...

“Doing”, with GTD Lite

Good morning. Previously I presented a new streamlined version of the popular Getting Things Done(GTD) approach. In that post I outlined how to get your stuff into the system to enable one to have...