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The true genius of GTD are the procedures that help us manage lists. The integrity of our lists are what make the system trustworthy. To achieve this GTD is broken up into five different categories, Collect, Process, Organize, Review and Do.

from R.C.Titus

How to Effectively Use Technology and GTD to Simplify Your Life

Workflow of David Allen's model for professional personal organization: Getting Things Done.


Managing Productivity: The 5 Stages of Getting Things Done - The Getting Things Done methodology has proven to be quite popular in the world of time management and professional development. The methodology may seem like a major shift, but in reality it’s quite intuitive and rooted in common sense. Motivation, success, inspiration, business, personal development, business, quote

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Checklist Shows Where Things Should Go in Getting Things Done

From David Allen of Getting Things Done, posted by Kyle Pott, described by Kevin Purdy at

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Knitting, crafting, and all-round awesomeness.

Knitted BlissKnitted Bliss - The promise of a new skein of a yarn is the promise of a bit of bliss.