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After some time of searching for research- or evidence-based conclusion, I believe that there is none available. Most of the research in this field is done via personal surveys, which are subjective and biased (for example, people are more likely to say that the "new" approach worked for them than not). Methodology seems to work for some people, and not ...


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While looking for advice on implementing the Getting Things Done [...] I haven't read Allen's book yet. Yes, you should read the book first. TSW is a practical simplification. Once you need to go further, you have to refer to the source. Even in a simple case, trying to implement the system without reading about it first will, most likely, ...


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Daily processing and the Weekly Review are different. Weekly Review is the name given to a review done regularly, looking at your 10,000 foot Projects and your tasks. The purpose is to make sure you are making progress on the projects, that you have your Next Actions lists appropriately organized and up to date, that your life is generally under control for ...


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Separate processes. Anything daily is "in the trenches", i.e., making many quick decisions. The weekly review is for making longer-term decisions: discovering new projects, abandoning current projects, moving projects to/from someday-maybe, scanning 30,000 foot responsibilities. If you did 30,000 foot scans every day (or every 10 minutes), the only Thing ...



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