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Sep
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answered How to define GTD contexts at work?
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comment Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
+1 because this is what I'm already doing, and this works well for tracking more carefully the 5-10 things that end up being selected. After reading the link, I think my current goal is actually a bit anti-ZTD---how to more easily keep an eye out on all 80 items, including the 70 "less-essential" ones.
Aug
24
comment Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
Although importance and difficulty both tend to change a lot, it is really nice to see ways like this to arrange a lot of tasks into a graph. Thanks for the suggestions!
Aug
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revised Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
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Aug
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asked Arranging next actions to figure out what to do next
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revised Handling task dependencies with GTD
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Aug
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revised Todo list manager that lets you queue next actions out of sight
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Aug
22
revised Is there a way to link tasks in Remember the Milk?
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Aug
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revised Can a project have multiple next actions?
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Aug
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revised What is the linkage between “next actions” and “projects” in GTD?
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Aug
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awarded  Organizer
Aug
22
revised How do I prevent being overwhelmed by my GTD inbox?
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Jul
4
answered How to handle recurring but low priority tasks that aren't actionable now?
Jul
4
answered Summary of Getting Things Done (GTD) system
Jul
4
comment How effective is the Dvorak keyboard at improving productivity?
I should be specific about how long it took. It took me a few months to get really used to Dvorak, including a 1-month no-Qwerty moratorium which helped a lot. After that, it took me a few years to get really used to occasionally switching to Qwerty when necessary. This was all 10 years ago, so it all feels totally natural now.
Jul
3
answered Multitasking and GTD - Linear vs. Non-Linear
Jul
3
comment How effective is the Dvorak keyboard at improving productivity?
I also find that Dvorak "just feels better". Over time it even became natural to switch back and forth due to using other people's Qwerty-only computers. But how can we measure any of this? You may just have to try it and see.
Jul
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awarded  Teacher
Jul
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answered How can I use Outlook folders to implement GTD?
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awarded  Nice Question