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iPhone: To-do apps are everywhere, but finding one that’s feature-packed, easy to use and based on the GTD system is tough. DashPlus is based on Patrick Rhone’s Dash/Plus system, but fans of the GTD method might want to take a look at it as well.
In this TED-Ed talk, David Allen, creator of the Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity method, explains how you can use GTD to be productive and more engaged with your work — and play. The end result isn’t just that you’re more organised, but that you don’t stress out as much.
If you’ve ever found yourself with a few precious free moments but then wasted them wondering how you should use them, you’re not alone. David Allen, creator of the widely-used Getting Things Done (GTD) system, explains in this video that if you only stop to think about the priority of your to-dos at the last minute, you’re already lost.
We can only work so much in a week without a day or two of rest before our productivity starts to evaporate. That means we can make it to Friday with a lot to complete but very little energy. That leads to stress, and that kind of stress isn’t so good for you. The solution? Front-load your week with the big stuff so you can afford to be less productive later on.