How I use Google Drive for Lists

Lists are an important part of any time management system. In an electronic system, there are different options available for lists: and Evernote is very popular. I use Google Drive for most of the lists in my system. A combination of Google Tasks and the apps Tasks & To-do for Google Tasks and GTasks works for my To Do list. The following illustrations show how I organize folders and documents for the lists I keep in Google Drive.

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I also have a folder with lists to capture Ideas. Your core value statement: mission statement or Unique Selling Proposition, is the central point from which goals, projects, and actions flow.

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I find it really helps to have this where I can always review it.

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This is what my Goal Master List looks like:

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And here is my Project Master List:

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Some lists for Today:

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Some lists for Planning:

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Google Drive is simple to set up, flexible and easy to use. You can create links and include photos, spreadsheets, and there are probably more options beyond what I’ve discovered. I think it’s a great way to keep the lists you need.

For the Getting Things Done, or GTD, system lists include: next actions, projects, waiting for, and someday/maybe.

How do you manage lists? Let us know on our Facebook page. See more about how I manage my system and workspace.

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