For those who aren’t familiar, GTD, the Getting Things Done method, is a productivity method that breaks productivity into a series of five simple steps.
As someone relatively new to GTD, I find the method very intuitive. I feel as though I already take some of these steps in my natural process and Asana makes it very easy to do so. Step #3, Organize, is particularly easy with Asana. I also like step #3 very much: “If it will take less than two minutes, do it now.”
For those who don’t use GTD, what do you think of this method? Can you see yourself adopting it?
For those who do use GTD, I am eager to learn about your experience. I’ll start with the questions (below) posed in this GTD blog post and also ask, regarding step #4, do you do a weekly review, why or why not, and what does the review look like when you do it? Feel free to answer some or all and add any color you’d like. Thank you!
- How did you hear about GTD?
- How has your GTD system evolved since you started and what tools do you use now?
- What’s your favorite thing about GTD?
- What’s still challenging for you, if anything, around your GTD practice?
Also, @enyonam, you brought up a question involving GTD in your post, “How to deal with context?” That post inspired me to dig deeper into GTD, so thank you! Looking forward to learning your thoughts on this.