How to have your contexts and contact them too

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

While I haven’t been at 10.0 level for awhile, I’ve been happily Getting Things Done (GTD) using MindManager, ResultsManager, GyroQ along with the Outlinker, MindReader, Next Action Analysis, and Mark Task Complete macros. In general I’ve found running the NAA script on the daily action dashboard points me at the right widgets to be crank […]

The Matrix

Friday, February 8th, 2008

MindManager provides a great environment for group brainstorming on issues and ideas and for organizing information. While you may start out in an unstructured way, you will often find your final product has a 3-level deep structure such as in the Pro/Con analysis shown below. In these cases it can be handy to convert this […]

Creating a ResultsManager Dashboard Template

Thursday, September 14th, 2006

ResultsManager comes with a pre-defined set of dashboard templates that are very useful, particularly for implementing David Allen’s GTD approaches to managing projects and tasks. Technical users will often decide fairly quickly that they would like some additional dashboards that are tailored to their needs or provide a more group-oriented view. The 217 page manual […]

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