Breaking through to the “True Accounting”
I have had Evernote for years but never used it for a #GTD process. I am trying to replace my previous Franklin-Covey (FC) process with a digital tool. I’ve tried many and they never seemed to stick like FC. Fragmentation and too many choices in an ever-changing field of “to-do” apps make it hard to stay on top of things. My colleague and I are embarking on a journey to find strategies to help us be more effective educational leaders and support the learning of others. This may become my tool. Thanks for the excellent overview and helpful videos! This… Read more »
Hi John – Sorry I only just noticed your comment. Some years ago, I felt the same as you: when I decided to combine GTD + Evernote (both of which I was familiar with separately), it all clicked into place with me immediately. I thank The Secret Weapon for that idea. You indicate you tried to find a digital tool. That’s the problem I found when, for years, I tried to find “the tool” that worked for me. Trouble is, a time management tool provides some utility, but also rigidity and complexity – always. Whereas using the global features in… Read more »
Hi Malc, thanks for your video! I was tumbling through GTD for years and never found a proper and sustainable way to implement it. When you mentioned the simple idea of “finding the 20% tasks that generate 80% productivity”, it hits me. I also like the way you implement GTD in Evernote. Thanks again for your sharing. Cheers! Tom
(Sorry for delayed response – I did not get a notification. Must make that work better…)
Hope all is well with you. Glad you have found The Secret Weapon – ie Evernote + GTD – valuable. I love it too!