5 Responses to GTD by TXT (Getting Things Done as described by Merlin Mann)

  1. max191 says:

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  2. susan says:

    Really resonates with me – the conflict between organizing on the computer or by hand. In fact, I’ll attest to having both the outlook start up wizard paused and open AND a brand new, blank, beautiful weekly bound calendar / organizing book in my purse. Have not chosen yet.

    For tasks, stuff I’m watching or supposed to do for clients, login credentials, urls I want to look at, directions to places….all that has gone in to a mostly unordered txt file for the last couple of months and I just do a find on what I need. There’s a personal to do and work to do at the top of the page that I update during planning moments – otherwise, the file’s a pile.

    That works for info. But scheduling…drawing…remembering…that’s where pencil and paper sing more sweetly.

    Susan

  3. susan says:

    Really resonates with me – the conflict between organizing on the computer or by hand. In fact, I’ll attest to having both the outlook start up wizard paused and open AND a brand new, blank, beautiful weekly bound calendar / organizing book in my purse. Have not chosen yet.

    For tasks, stuff I’m watching or supposed to do for clients, login credentials, urls I want to look at, directions to places….all that has gone in to a mostly unordered txt file for the last couple of months and I just do a find on what I need. There’s a personal to do and work to do at the top of the page that I update during planning moments – otherwise, the file’s a pile.

    That works for info. But scheduling…drawing…remembering…that’s where pencil and paper sing more sweetly.

    Susan

  4. susan says:

    Really resonates with me – the conflict between organizing on the computer or by hand. In fact, I’ll attest to having both the outlook start up wizard paused and open AND a brand new, blank, beautiful weekly bound calendar / organizing book in my purse. Have not chosen yet.

    For tasks, stuff I’m watching or supposed to do for clients, login credentials, urls I want to look at, directions to places….all that has gone in to a mostly unordered txt file for the last couple of months and I just do a find on what I need. There’s a personal to do and work to do at the top of the page that I update during planning moments – otherwise, the file’s a pile.

    That works for info. But scheduling…drawing…remembering…that’s where pencil and paper sing more sweetly.

    Susan

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