When I’m working on a software project, I know all critical features will eventually be captured in a system and managed in a transparent and predictable way—the idea of not planning work carefully is anathema to what we do at Atomic!
However, I recently realized I wasn’t managing my non-development tasks in a systematic way. As a result, I was spending a lot of energy on my mental to-do list, and small things were getting missed.
My solution was to read David Allen’s book Getting Things Done (GTD) and learn how to implement the GTD method. In this post, I’ll summarize GTD and talk about the technical tool I’ve used to get organized and free my mind to focus on the tasks at hand.
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