Monthly Archives: December 2014

A paper planner tool for the weekly review

Originally posted on Daily PlanIt:
My paper planner began gathering dust as I switched to other tools which are more portable and practical. I transformed it into a tool to use at my desk for the weekly review. This clarified…

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How to Make a Difference

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If you have a cause you are passionate about, or a problem you want to solve to make the world a better place, this Checklist for Change can help with information to outline a plan…

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Choosing Goals

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Now is the perfect time to review your goals and plan new ones for the New Year! Are you overwhelmed by all the possibilities? Learn how to choose goals with this short video explaining the…

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Foldable Goals

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I have been striving to improve the portable gtd mini system. The little files from notecards work fine but are a bit bulky and a little worn looking. I was inspired by the clever PocketMod…

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Keep Goals Visual and Visible

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Some ways to make goals visual and visible: Tammy Cravit’s Post-It Portable Workspace Write goal action steps on sticky notes to place between today’s date and the goal statement written on a piece of paper.…

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GTD Essentials

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The Book: “Getting Things Done” by David Allen GTD has been described as a “multi-dimensional todo list” Blogs: Index Get Started: Productivity 101: A Primer to the Getting Things Done (GTD) Philosopy at Lifehacker.com 43…

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