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Getting things done with room for more.

Getting things done with room for more.

My experience with GTD, Inbox Zero, and other Life Hacks.

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    Life Hackery Life Hackery Presentation Transcript

    • Life Hackery Getting Things Done with Room for More
    • Life Hackery • Productivity Tips, Tricks and Systems that keep you focused on creating great stuff, what ever that may be.
    • GTD • Getting Things Done by David Allen
    • GTD Systems • Things • OmniFocus • Google for: GTD
    • GTD Basics • Projects • Contexts • Items • Actions
    • Things • Simple To-Do List • Filter your focus • Organize into Projects • Areas are Contexts
    • Inbox Zero • A vow to not spend more time on any given email then it deserves.
    • Email is Evil • Robs you of your attention • Derails your focus • Everything is Urgent • You’re paying mental debt, with interest, for every unprocessed email in your inbox
    • My Verbs • Delete(or archive) • Delegate • Reply • Process
    • Delete • You really don’t need it. • Act on it, or get rid of it. • If you really do need it, archive it. But don’t go crazy...
    • Delegate • If someone else can service them better, let them. • Give yourself a reminder to follow up to make sure the email got taken care of.
    • Reply • Don’t write a novel when a haiku will do. • Get good at quick replies, and process emails faster than ever.
    • Process • Does this email require me to do something now? • If it takes less than an hour to process, then Just Do It. • If it will take longer, capture in your GTD system, and move on.
    • Getting Started • Set up an Email DMZ • Quarantine your time • Schedule an Email Dash, once an hour. • Stay at zero by the end of each day.
    • Resources • http://inboxzero.com • http://43folders.com/ • http://gettingthingsdone.com/ • http://lifehacker.com/ • http://culturedcode.com/things
    • ... with room for more • If life has given you a full plate, then get a bigger plate.
    • Thank you! • Eric Marden • http://xentek.net/ • http://twitter.com/xentek
    • Special Thanks • Special Thanks to all the folks I ripped off for the topic of this talk, including Merlin Mann, David Allen, and Life Hacker. • This talk was driven from my experience implementing these powerful techniques.