Nicholas Drillman 0 Posted January 17, 2015 Share Posted January 17, 2015 I've been applying the GTD system pretty religiously for a couple of years now, and like most people who stick with it, I have seen great increases in productivity. So naturally, I've also been trying to convince friends and family to give it a try, but they seem really reluctant. Whenever I ask them why that is so, they basically tell me they cannot get themselves to even finish reading the book, because it's a rather dry read... I'm sure some of you know what I mean. In order to maybe convert some of my friends yet, I wrote a blog post in which I try to give a bare-bones summary of the Getting Things Done system, based on Evernote. The idea is to give them 95% of the benefits without them having to torture themselves reading the book - hopefully, they will still do that later ;-) I would be really interested in some feedback on my article by some people who have a good grasp of Evernote and the GTD system themselves! Did I forget anything essential? Could I shorten / simplify the post even further? What do you think about the style - too distracting / too wannabe funny? Please be really critical, I'm German, I can take it ;-) http://www.nicholasdrillman.com/the-ultimate-gtd-summary/ Looking forward to reading and discussing your thoughts and ideas! Thank you! Link to comment
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