Thursday, December 9, 2010

Paper-based GTD

Thinking about going back to good old paper for your GTD system? In this episode, we talk about how some folks use paper to keep their lives and work running smoothly.
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This is our last podcast of 2010! Thanks again for your listenership--we are so grateful to be able to bring this podcast to you. Here's wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a very Happy New Year!


To read the Lifehacker article mentioned during the call, go here: http://lifehacker.com/5151111/autofocus-is-a-single-paper+based-list-organization-system.

2 comments:

Liza said...

Just was listening to this podcast and Tara, you asked about whether anyone does paper-based mindmapping. I do. In fact, I started with paper-based mindmapping and came to GTD through Jamie Nast of IdeaMapping. My GTD system is 99% digital, but each day at work, I make a manual mindmap (quick and dirty) of the things to do that day. It gives me a good diary. It's in addition to what is already in my Omnifocus, but I like starting my day with this manual/kinesthetic map.

Tara Rodden Robinson said...

Hi Liza,

Thanks for the comment. I love the idea of a quick, hand-drawn morning mindmap! Would you be willing to share a pic?

Thanks for listening!
Best wishes,
Tara