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How to jumpstart with GTD in 5 minutes: use GTD in 5 easy steps with Note Monger.

How to jumpstart with GTD in 5 minutes: use GTD in 5 easy steps with Note Monger.

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    • How to jumpstart with GTD in 5 minutes Getting Things Done life-hacked
    • Getting Things Done GTD is a methodology for self management Start fast with a bootstrapped approach
    • Getting Things Done with Note Monger GTD in 5 steps
    • 1
    • A TASK It needs to be done? Create a reminder note These are your GTD next-actions, things for immediate attention. Create reminder notes for today or any other day. Assign priorities.
    • 2
    • STAY FOCUSED It needs to be done but you’re busy? Create a reminder note This is your GTD inbox. Park the task in your inbox to keep your head clear. Later check the reminder to decide whether you want to deal with it or ignore it (delete).
    • 3
    • KEEP TRACK You’re waiting for it? Tag a note “waiting for” This is your GTD delegation list. Somebody is doing it for you or you’re waiting for it to come in. Create a tag “waiting for” and tag notes as such. Maybe add a reminder to follow up.
    • 4
    • LONG TERM You have a great idea? Create an “idea” note This is your GTD long-term-projects list. Create a tag “idea” and tag notes as such. Visit your ideas to add thoughts or refinements - and never lose track of them.
    • 5
    • ITERATE Review weekly Scan your “idea” and “waiting for” lists when you have idle time. This is a great way to reflect on things and stay on track. Use lunch breaks, Friday afternoons or idle times.
    • Interested? Note Monger app on Google Play Wikipedia article on Getting Things Done