Posts Tagged ‘gtd’

KanbanFlow – Lean project management. Simplified.

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Why Is Bullet Journaling Popular? It Makes You Feel Productive for Doing Just About Anything.

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

Why Is Bullet Journaling Popular? It Makes You Feel Productive for…About Anything @GTDguy’s approach w/o computers

“To summarize: You should write down the things you need to do, the places you have to go, and ideas that occur to you. Then, at the beginning of every month, you should look at your list, jettison the items that are no longer relevant, and start afresh. In essence, it’s Getting Things Done for people who like old-fashioned pens and paper.” “}}

Multi-tasking: how to survive in the 21st century –

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Multi-tasking: how to survive in 21C Explains @gtdguy’s plan of closing "open loops" in terms of the Zeigarnik effect

“The principle behind Getting Things Done is simple: close the open loops. The details can become rather involved but the method is straightforward. For every single commitment you’ve made to yourself or to someone else, write down the very next thing you plan to do. Review your lists of next actions frequently enough to give you confidence that you won’t miss anything.

This method has a cult following, and practical experience suggests that many people find it enormously helpful — including me (see below). Only recently, however, did the psychologists E J Masicampo and Roy Baumeister find some academic evidence to explain why people find relief by using David Allen’s system. Masicampo and Baumeister found that you don’t need to complete a task to banish the Zeigarnik effect. Making a specific plan will do just as well. Write down your next action and you quiet that nagging voice at the back of your head. You are outsourcing your anxiety to a piece of paper.”