Archive for July, 2007

Saturday, July 14th, 2007

Bill S. pointed out on the new ActivityOwner forum that one downside of having site content spread out across the blog, wiki and forum is that readers may forget where they saw something and need to search all three individually. Looking into this problem I discovered that Google launched a custom search feature last fall […]

Friday, July 13th, 2007

The ActivityOwner.Com site has accumulated almost 350 comments over the span of 10 months. I enjoy them quite a bit and find it manageable, but tools like MindReader and Mark Task Complete that span several blog posts have their conversations spread across the site, leaving readers stumped as to where to ask a question. The […]

Are your next actions eligible for retirement?

Monday, July 9th, 2007

If your ResultsManager activities typically have start date entered (e.g. if you use MindReader), then you might find an added feature of the “next-action-verb-analysis” macro useful. The new version of the macro calculates the average age of your next actions and enumerates those stragglers that are more than twice the average. This provides a way […]

What are your next action verbs?

Friday, July 6th, 2007

A key strategy of GTD is breaking down your projects into a sequence of Physical Next Actions that you can sort into context lists to be done when appropriate. The ResultsManager Daily Action Dashboard provides you with these context lists. The new Next Action Verb Analysis macro scans the next actions branch of the dashboard […]

GTDT (Getting Things Done Together)

Thursday, July 5th, 2007

Eric Mack is wondering whether there is a need for GTD 2.0: “So, here I am, on the fourth of July, thinking about what GTD 2.0 might look like for me personally and whether I need a GTD 2.0 to deal with the world today or just need to get better at what I already […]

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