Tag Archives: GTD

Breaking projects into tasks

I was been feeling a bit unmotivated at work a while back until I realized one reason why. I took (yet another) look at my task list and found most of the remaining items were not tasks, but projects. They … Continue reading

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On systems, processes, and paperwork

Lately, I’ve come across several proposed new systems, processes, and forms —  all developed to address an assumed real, but unstated need.  In most cases, I could see a useful purpose for the new system/process/form,  but it usually wasn’t provided … Continue reading

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Real vs. fake work: What are emails, meetings, etc.?

A couple years back, a group of us at work put together a series of classes designed to help people better communicate and manage their tasks more efficiently.  We present them in a sequence we think makes logical sense: Email … Continue reading

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