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Yellow Belt Productivity

We’ve already addressed White Belt productivity. In the early days of learning the Getting Things Done® workflow, one starts out learning the basic habits of emptying one’s head whenever there is a new thought or idea, having one inbox where things get collected and processed one item at-a-time, and working through some pre-defined work filed [...]

By |May 21st, 2013|Productivity Belts, Written Articles|0 Comments
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White Belt Productivity

This is the first of ten posts in our "Productivity Belts" series. Those familiar with David Allen and his books on productivity know that part of the inspiration for his approach comes from his years as a practitioner in the martial arts. In addition to being a productivity guru, he also has a black belt [...]

By |May 8th, 2013|Productivity Belts, Written Articles|1 Comment

Getting Inbox to Empty

By |July 24th, 2012|Screencasts|0 Comments
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The Unique Difficulties of Getting Things Done as An Academic

1. Academics Tend to Overestimate One-Step Actionables Those who live and breathe and move in an academic environment are so used to doing the things they have to do everyday (e.g., writing papers, reading books, finding articles, studying in workgroups, etc.) that they often misjudge one-step actionables. Thus an academic is more likely to think [...]

By |November 17th, 2007|Written Articles, Xtras|1 Comment