FOCUS page: Getting started with Getting Things Done
Here you will find everything you need to know about getting started with Getting Things Done. In addition, there is in-depth guides on how to set up Todoist as your GTD tool. This page will continue to grow over time.
Understanding Getting Things Done
Here are some basic instructions that will help you getting started with Getting Things Done. As Always, I recommend people to read David Allen’s book Getting Things Done – The art of stress-free productivity, prior to getting started with Getting Things Done.
Getting Things Done is a productivity methodology described in the book Getting Things Done - The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen. The methodology ...Read More
At first, getting started with GTD may seem like a complicated task. Trust me, it is not difficult if you follow these steps. Getting ...Read More
Succeeding with GTD is not very difficult if you do the right things in the right order. This is a list of the most common ...Read More
GTD weekly review
The weekly review is at the core of any successful GTD practice. Here you will learn why this is so important, and how to succeed with your weekly review.
Many people struggle with their GTD weekly review. I know, I used to be one of them. The weekly review is maybe the hardest part ...Read More
The weekly review is the single most important element in the Getting Things Done methodology. This will make or break your productivity and, ultimately, your chance ...Read More
Setting up Todoist as your GTD tool
Detailed information on how to set up Todoist as your GTD tool. These posts are not only a describing how to set up the Todoist software but also how to implement and use the different aspects of GTD in combination with Todoist.
There is no app that will make you do GTD, but there are a few good apps that can support your implementation of Getting Things Done and that, in the end, will help you to get better at doing GTD.
Having a good digital tool to help you organize your Getting Things Done system is essential. In this post, I'm showing ...Read More
The Weekly Review is a fundamental component in GTD. Next up, when you master the basics, you should start thinking ...Read More
Here are keyboard shortcuts that will improve productivity in Todoist, Newton, and Evernote. This is part two of a mini series ...Read More
Get more out of Todoist
Todoist is a really a set of apps and applications that will help you to get productive on all major platforms. In addition, Todoist offers a myriad of integrations, all designed to support your productivity needs. Here is a few tips & tricks to get the most out of this awesome tool.
Todoist is a power tool if you take the time to learn all of the features in the different apps, add-ins, and other integrations. Here ...Read More
The best way to explain the concept of Todoist Karma is to compare it with a step counter. Karma works because it enforces the use of ...Read More
Here you will find everything worth knowing about Todoist filters. Filters are a great tool, both when you need an overview and when you need ...Read More
All you need to know about GTD Horizons of Focus
Ready to take Getting Things Done to the next level? Now that you have finished getting started with Getting Things Done, the time has com to set up your framework for managing your future. GTD Horizons of Focus may seem a bit daunting at first, but trust me. The return on investment is huge.
The GTD Horizons of Focus is a framework for how to align your daily actions with your visions, goals, and life-purpose. Done right, it will place you ...Read More
This is part 2 in a series about GTD Horizons of Focus. Part 1 is GTD Horizons of Focus – A framework for success. Getting started ...Read More
This is part 3 in a series about GTD Horizons of Focus. Part 1 is GTD Horizons of Focus - A framework for success. Part 2 ...Read More