GTD Collection Buckets

Posted in GTD at 7:37 pm by Haider

In my overview of the GTD (Getting Things Done) system, I mentioned that all your “stuff” (things in your world that aren’t where they should be) need to be placed in your “in” box for later processing. But what kind of “in” box should you use? And can you have more than one inbox? Read the rest of this entry »


Book Review – Getting Things Done

Posted in Book Review, GTD, Personal Development at 12:12 pm by Haider

It’s ironic that I wrote on the first page of a book called Getting Things Done that I will finish reading the book in 10 days, only to end up finishing it over a year later! So much for getting things done…

But now that I’ve read the book, I’m glad that I managed to get through to reading it, and regret putting it off for such a long time. This is by far the most effective productivity approach I’ve come across, with some really illuminating insights about productivity that changed my approach to getting things done, and “time management.” The author, David Allen, calls his approach “radical common sense” but it’s hardly a common approach in the field of productivity. Read the rest of this entry »

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