The recent announcement by Microsoft, who acquired Wunderlist a couple of years ago, not to update it in favour of its own To-Do app, means that the planned articles on further adapting Wunderlist for GTD® will not now be written. However, for the time being, until Microsoft pull the plug on it, it remains a good and free list manager.
Continue reading “Using Wunderlist for GTD and the official GTD Setup Guide”
The 3×5 inch Index Card Calendar is different from most other calendars because only the Annual Calendar is fixed – months, weeks and days are only added as you need them and used parts of the calendar are scrapped when they are no longer needed. Continue reading “Using the 3×5 inch Index Card Calendar”
The purpose of this post is to show you how to use Index Cards for your GTD system. Continue reading “GTD On The Cards – 3 by 5 inch Index Card System”
Although My GTD system continues to be based on an A5 Filofax, for those wanting a larger system, there follows the construction of an A4 version. Continue reading “Building an A4 GTD System”
This article on GTD® has been revised to bring it up to date with the latest edition of David Allen’s book “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity“, and republished here.
Continue reading “What is GTD?”