Tweaking things done

Some of you know that I am a fan of “Getting Things Done.” The key improvements to my lifestyle have come from the concept of Ubiquitous Capture, the concept of the Next Action and Weekly Review

I first read the book and implemented the process 12 months ago, and I have just reread it, and reviewed my system. The act of a 12 month review has felt like a weekly review does - a freshening up of systems, and a chance to purge and rewrite what doesn’t work.

Ubiquitous capture

What doesn’t work for me

What seems to be working

Processing thoughts and contexts

What doesn’t work for me

What seems to be working

Tickler file

What doesn’t work for me

What seems to be working

Filing

What doesn’t work for me

Processes/ideas that don’t work for me (yet)

I can recommend a yearly review of your organisation system - “spring cleaning” can make a huge difference, if only to your sense of control. What works for you? And can anyone help me with my failings?

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