David Galloway writes:

Getting Things Done (or GTD, as it’s often called) is a popular productivity philosophy and system, but it can be intimidating for new users because of its complexity. Even for those who start using GTD, it’s all too easy to fall off the bandwagon. I tried and failed GTD six or seven times before finally forming a steady habit. Which is ironic, since GTD is designed to simplify your life. It’s a set of rules to make sure you never forget anything and always complete your most important tasks. It shouldn’t be that hard. If you don’t know where to start with GTD or have struggled making stick, this guide is for you. We’ll uncover the essentials of GTD and find how you can use it to be more productive as simply as possible.

Source: Easy GTD: How to Get Things Done or Get Back on the GTD Wagon

The article itself is one of the best overviews of GTD I’ve ever read. Go to the source if you’re interested in a model that will make you much more productive in the coming year. Print out this flowchart or the previous one I shared and use it as a model for all the information you process…

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