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Toodledo Your mileage will vary, but I've tried a few of the different options available, and are currently using Toodledo and even though I don't use it to all off your important areas it sure seems to have the abilities to meet your requirements. Calendar: It can displays task in the calendar, and can sync with Google calendar To-do list: Organize your ...


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I personally think nothing is impossible but what you saw was a movie and movies lie a lot. Now that we have established the base, I think it will take years and years of training to get to that level. Why so many years because that process involves: thinking twice simultaneously, acting simultaneously whilst thinking. We can term it as double thinking and ...


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I can think of Evernote with a premium subscription as a solution to all of you problems. Of course, you'd have to combine one Calendar app to work with. Sunrise app, with a connected Evernote account will probably be a suitable combination for your needs. Sunrise app is especially helpful because it seamlessly integrates important Reminders and to-dos. You ...


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The ultimate personal organization system is the one that works for you!


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I don't believe there is an ultimate personal organisation system considering the fact that we are all unique. But nevertheless, I believe we can each find the right balance to make our personal organisation system ultimate. In highschool I won an award for my organisation skills and even at work I am still told I am good with those things everyday but I do ...


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The "ultimate" organization system is very subjective and a good way to start a holy war. So instead I'll directly address your needs instead. Most of your needs can be solved with trello. Trello has a calendar, but it's tucked away in [Menu > Power-Ups]. Trello makes getting all the ideas out of your head and into your inbox quick and easy. It has ...


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One way to think of the link between areas of responsibility and 1-2 year goals is to think of why taking care of your areas of responsibility matters. What does focusing on these areas of responsibility allow you to do? For example, you mentioned tasks such as home and auto maintenance. These areas of responsibility could correlate with long-term goals ...


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I recommend you to check Timo Kiander's "inbox zero" report here.


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There are three possible options here. You will need the email in order to complete the task. For example, it has an attachment or important information. Ideally, you should create the task and link/attach the email to it. Outlook, Omnifocus, and several other GTD-friendly programs can do this with varying degrees of difficulty. A less-optimal way of ...


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Would the reference materials fit in a 3-ring binder? If you don't want to punch holes in the materials, you could insert into sheet protectors.


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You may want to try getting a small file cabinet that holds hanging file folders. Within a new box of file hanging folders are transparent plastic tabs and accordion style thick paper that slide right into various slots along the top of hanging folder, so that you can align them in such a way to see past the next folder. Depending on how you organize each ...



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