Getting Things Done for Hackers 1 edition
David Allen's "Getting Things Done", or GTD for short, is a popular, powerful system for managing one's life. If you have trouble dealing with your e-mail inbox, or feel you're drowning under a flood of inputs and information, or just don't seem to have time to do everything you think you should be doing, or others want you to do, then GTD may be a good thing for you to consider.
This book explains how I, a computer geek, have implemented it in my own life. It is aimed at everyone whose lives include a lot of computer use, and who know how to use their computers.
This is not a publication of the David Allen Company. "Getting Things Done" and GTD are trademarks of David Allen Company.
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Table of Contents
|Quickie overview of the GTD system|
|Inputs and inboxes|
|Projects and next actions|
|Calendars and reminders|
|Journalling and other ways of keeping track of things that have happened|
|Keeping track of files|
|Stuff you maybe want to do someday|
|Waiting for things to happen|
|The daily routine|
|The weekly review|
|Read and review folders|
|Automation and checklists|
|Things that did not work for me|
The Physical Object