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sakinney

Posted: Mar 01, 2010
From Topic: Starting over?



Thank you! Very helpful.

I definitely can see that I let the weekly review/edit process slide terribly.

Two other things that I wasn't really doing well, or sometimes, at all; 1)scheduling hard time for doing tasks (I document them, prioritize them, give them a deadline, then didn't book time to do them...) and 2)getting things in to the system right away.

A third shortcoming will improve with practics, and that is writing better next actions; subject, object, verb.....

You have helped tremendously, thanks.
sakinney

Posted: Mar 01, 2010
From Topic: Starting over?



OK, I feel off the wagon...

I need to start up again on GTD, and I'm trying to decide whether it's better to flush everything and start over, or just pick up where I am and work forward.

I'm sure everyone has been there at one time or another. What are the learnings from the experience? What worked when you came back ,and what didn't?
sakinney

Posted: Dec 23, 2009



For example, you've got a spreadsheet with 150 items on it, and you have to provide certain additional data on each of them.

Sure, it's a project. How best to organize the tasks to give the best feedback on progress? I've done one pass that just did recurring tasks by time, but that didn't really work.

My next thought is creating tasks like:
* process rows 1-10
* process rows 11-20
and so on.

What are other folks doing to stuff like this?
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