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As far as I know, GTD doesn't cover this situation explicitly. However, you can figure out what to do based on the principles of GTD. As you say, you should capture the tasks so that you can clear your head. However you list the action, you should add a tickler to remind you to review the outcome of event X. If you're not sure when it will happen, set the ...


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I'm simply using a three-ring binder, together with 12 separator sheets labeled "1" through "12" and another 31 separators labeled "1" to "31". Then I run a 43 folders system. Every day, I open this binder (which stands right in front of me - one of the few items that have a permanent place on my desk, which has been described as "naked"). Tomorrow, the ...


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Establishing a specific habit that has been difficult for you is a project in GTD terms. As such it requires some thought into how it can be converted into specific tasks. Some habitual tasks can only be done in a certain context, say, practicing speaking Japanese may require that you not be in a place where you would disturb others and that you have ...


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You put ideas and new work in your inbox asap. You empty your inbox daily (but more often is better) and convert all the inbox items into next actions or put them in whatever system you need them to be (someday list, tickler system, reference system, trashcan, ...). You review your whole system weekly in the weekly review. This includes looking at all your ...


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It seems natural to me to look at any day-relevant items on my lists at the beginning of the day. These include deadlines, start dates, and appointments. Knowing what contexts (eg, locations) you will have available to you on a day may occasion a review of tasks specific to the contexts. I usually mark the tasks that seem to me particularly worth keeping on ...


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For your habitual task when captured, clarified and organized you will realise that it's not a one time action but a repeatable action, for which you will need to set a repetabel habitual structure for yourself such that the habitual task in consideration is taken care, and it can be reviewed later say during the week review or daily review. Many people, ...



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