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I like an empty Inbox, but this article points out some very real and important pitfalls to being over-concerned with time management.

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As a Cross platorm user I use Windows, Linux machines and macs side by side. Currently I work as a project manager and I'm very frustrated there is nothing like MS PRoject for Linux. Do you know of any good (web based) alternatives to MS Project ?

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Gave a presentation last night about Doing GTD Under Linux. It gives a brief explanation of GTD, and how I use todo.txt to maintain my system.

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This September I will participating in the Unprocrastination Challenge.

I have two major challenges whenever I start my day. I spend way too much time thinking about getting thing done and not actually getting things accomplished. I can distract myself in a heartbeat and have trouble getting started again. So this month I will be taking a stand against it and logging my progress on this site.

I'm going to do the quick focus tasks (even on the weekend) using a few Pomodoro-style timers. I have a Chrome Extension called Block and Focus that I use to block sites like Google Plus, Reddit, and Twitter for a duration. I also Solarium on my Pebble watch which I can use for tasks that do not require me to have a web browser open.

I hope you'll join me on this journey.
This September I will participating in the Unprocrastination Challenge.

I have two major challenges whenever I start my day. I spend way too much time thinking about getting thing done and not actually getting things accomplished. I can distract myself in a heartbeat and have trouble getting started again. So this month I will be taking a stand against it and logging my progress on this site.

I'm going to do the quick focus tasks (even on the weekend) using a few Pomodoro-style timers. I have a Chrome Extension called Block and Focus that I use to block sites like Google Plus, Reddit, and Twitter for a duration. I also Solarium on my Pebble watch which I can use for tasks that do not require me to have a web browser open.

I hope you'll join me on this journey.

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So, be honest: How often were your last four weekly reviews?
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Weekly (like clockwork)
Bi-weekly
Monthly
What's a weekly review?
0%
More than once a week
0%
Weekly (like clockwork)
29%
Bi-weekly
29%
Monthly
43%
What's a weekly review?

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This post really spoke to me, as it explains the next action, and creates a pretty powerful metaphor for how to handle next actions better (give yourself enough breadcrumbs to pick up where you left off).

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Interesting. I'm using the bullet journal system right now, and I do daily review of things and usually go through my tasks and notes about weekly.
New on the blog! If you've ever struggled to stick with your GTD system, this one is for you...

How I learned to suck less at GTD | http://buff.ly/1GhLLip

#GTD #Productivity #TodoLists
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