I stopped doing GTD. And I totally shouldn’t have.
I have determined that the problem was the lack of an “always there” todo list and note taking device. I write too slowly and am not organized enough to use my moleskine (never mind that I also tend to forget it), and my lifestyle is too mobile to just use a laptop.
I tried iGTD and Omnifocus. Ominfocus was too heavy on the resources, though by now I should probably try it again (maybe when they come up with an iPhone rich client). I also used Circus Ponies’ Notebook, which was pretty nice but didn’t do spotlight with enough granularity. Then I tried Journler (for journaling, never used it for GTD) and now I’m trying out Evernote. So how does Evernote compare?
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ZDNet published an article on How to avoid receiving an $837.20 iPhone bill which is very much worth reading. Here are some of my Strategies when traveling internationally with an iPhone
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So you already get stuff done every day. But who besides you knows this?
“Get stuff done every day. If the task is too large, break it down and explain what you’re doing. But get something done every day.
It’s too easy for us to say “I’m still working on associating the widgets to the watzits”. But with this level of information the customer only hears ” – still – “.
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