When I first started using my Evernote GTD system, I had to make sure I captured everything I had scattered out on my various TODO lists. I had TODOs on my desk, outlook tasks, google tasks, personal emails, work emails, paper mail, browser tabs, white board lists.
Since I was tracking all of my TODOs on different lists, I had no central place to look for everything I needed to do, which makes it hard to prioritize what you should do next. Continue reading →
My GTD system uses the following from Evernote:
- Saved Searches
I use the desktop and android apps, and funnel my daily thoughts to them with my email shortcut android app.
I have the following notebooks: Continue reading →
Anxiety is caused by a lack of control, organization, preparation, and action.
Ever since reading Getting Things Done by David Allen, I’ve always wanted to implement it. However, I’m not the best at creating things from scratch, so I never got anything off the ground. Continue reading →
Has this ever happened to you?
You’re sitting on the couch, bored out of your mind, and an odd feeling comes over you. You want to clean the kitchen, reorganize your closet, or work on your website. You’re actually motivated to be productive. Continue reading →