Category Archives: GTD (Getting Things Done)

Tiago Forte extension of GTD

I came across Tiago Forte, who has created various workflows and extensions from the foundation of GTD. Looks like he has streamlined all the different apps that people typically use: gmail; task manager (pocket informant, things 3, omnifocus, etc); Evernote; … Continue reading

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Migrating Domino baremetal to ActiveGrid (E2E)

Desired Outcome -Create an end-to-end detailed flow of processes and configurations for Domino Migration -This is the copy-style method, where the same Domino OS version is migrated to new hardware ActiveGrid Configuration (OS, Drives, Drive Space, RAM, IP Address) -ActiveGrid … Continue reading

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Transitioning to PocketInformant

NOTE: This post is actively being updated Importance of having a External Trusted System for GTD Evernote – Layout, Pros and Cons PocketInformant – Layout, Pros and Cons

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Processing next steps when stuck

Does this happen to you? You’re working on something — possibly, an unfamiliar task — and you get stuck, not knowing what to do next. What do you do? Wallow in frustration? Come up with excuses of maybe this is … Continue reading

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