GTD made visual

At Zen Habits Massive GTD Resource List, I stumbled upon three great workflow charts that make my attempt at understanding what GTD looks like appear quite pitiful. GTDvisual

Whoever is behind them has done a wonderful job of making GTD visual. Start with Collection, Processing & Organizing, then check out Daily Review and Actions and Weekly Review and Actions. Amazingly helpful.

Another one from foldedspace.org:

[flowchart demonstrating Getting Things Done steps]

Scott Moehring created another excellent GTD advanced workflow chart (initially discovered at DIYPlanner) The tips at the bottom are especially neat, don’t miss them.

ScottMoehringWorkflowDiagram.jpg

Concepts of GTD from Brevedy

I am fascinated by the process of learning to read English and the idea of gamification to make learning fun. Phonics and literacy have become my passion project. I also write about personal development, goal setting, and time management. I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively.

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5 comments on “GTD made visual
  1. @Stephen says:

    Thank you so much for the kind words. I am looking forward to some feedback on the new weekly planner beta-test.

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