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

September 10, 2013 — 6 Comments

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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Andrew Mason


Andrew is a husband, learner, ProGuide.io founder, dubstep aficionado, eater of carnetas burritos, and marathon runner. I love building communities that learn together!
  • 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?