Episode 038: My Workflow with GTD, Things, and Evernote

GTDThingsEvernoteEver feel overwhelmed with too much to do?  Today’s episode is all about cutting the clutter, getting things out of your head, and reviewing and organizing that information in a way you can understand it.  Time to take control!  I share my personal method for tackling task lists.  A combination of GTD, Things, and Evernote.

Episode 038: My Workflow with GTD, Things, and Evernote:

Key Points:

  • What is workflow management?
  • What are the key components of GTD? – Capture, Clarify, Organize, Review, Do!
  • What pieces of software do you used to manage your workflow?  OmniFocus and Things
  • And more!

Essential Resources:

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What about you?  Did you enjoy the interview?  What was your biggest take-away?

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  • Dextagg

    Andrew doing an awesome job on these podcasts with great informational content!

    • Hey, thanks for taking the time to comment! Let us know what you’d like to see more of!

  • Connie

    Just discovered your site thanks to our Twitter connection. Great tips, thank you. I was recently made aware of Trello (Trello.com), another great project management software tool…

    • Absolutely…and thanks for the tip on Trello!

  • Enjoyed the podcast. I also use GTD + Evernote. I have began using a Chrome extension called Pomodoro that helps me focus on my to-do list. I discovered the idea of combining GTD and Evernote with something called The Secret Weapon found here http://www.thesecretweapon.org/

    • Thanks Dave! I’m so intrigued by the idea of doing solely evernote for GTD, because of the combination with “non-actionable” support material in-house. But man. I’m really wary of doing it because the deferred-date system is a little less “in-your-face” than I’d like. Any thoughts?