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5 Tips of Getting Things Done by David Allens

Time is the quality of nature that keeps event from happening all at once. Lately it doesn't seem to be working (Anonymous)
INBOX

Empty your Head with inbox:

PHYSICAL INBOX, EMAIL INBOX, DOWNLOAD FOLDER, NOTES
If your mind is empty, it is always ready for anything; it is open to everything. —Sbunryu Suzuki

Decide what to do each item:

  1. Finish it (if less than 2 minutes)
  2. Delegate it
  3. Defer it
  4. Trash it
  5. Incubate it
  6. Refference it (optimize cloud storage)
PROJECT VS TASK

PROJECT is any desired result that requires more than one action step -PROJECT contains MANY TASKS

PROJECT -short with detail explanation-

TASK -slice it as small as you can, make it more attainable-

We need to transform all the "stuff" we're trying to organize into actionable stuff we need to do -David Allen
PRIORITIZE or CATEGORIZE the TASK

Next things to do: Prioritize maximum 3 task at once

The key lies in the theory of "small victories" meaning if you can do something, anything in the project, you'll feel better, you'll see that you're moving forward and the project is not standing still. You are getting things done. -Michael Silwinski

WORK IN CONTEXT: Use Tag trigerred by Time, Activity or Place

PRODUCTIVE ON THE GO and COMMUNICATE TROUGH TASK

On the Go means You should put all your information, online

Optimize the us of Apps:

CLOUD STORAGE AND TASK MANAGER
REVIEW

REVIEW your INBOX, PROJECT, and TASK

  • DAILY
  • WEEKLY
  • MONTHLY
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Created with images by sleepyjeanie - "Insomnia." • qimono - "light bulbs chosen bulb" • Matti Mattila - "Two folders" • Frederick Md Publicity - "Inbox Triage With Gmail" • Pexels - "screen technology computer" • vargazs - "folder book books" • kaboompics - "journal notebook note" • bohed - "smartphone to do list to do" • Unsplash - "pedestrians rush hour blurred" • Wiertz Sébastien - "Read/Review" • Travis_Simon - "Australia Day 2010"

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