GTDJedi Podcast

Task Management Assassins

GTDJedi Podcast - EP047 - Favorite Productivity Tips

GTDJedi Show Notes

Episode #: 47

Date: 02/19/19

Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder

Jedi Tricks from Around the Web

The Big Discussion 

  • Our Favorite Productivity Tips

    • Jerry

      • Siri - Remind me of this

      • Going back to the Mothership - Screens, GoToMyPc

      • Play with shortcuts - simple and chain actions

      • Organize, Organize, Organize

    • Tim

      • When picking a new tool, optimize for the things you do most often. Go deep on those instead of optimizing for edge cases

      • If a tool isn’t working; you find yourself avoiding it, it’s time for a new tool or method

      • If tech repeatedly fails you, go old school. Make a list of what you need to do in the morning. Cross off as you go. The next morning rip off that page, copy of what needs to get done to the days page or a someday maybe list

      • Read the Getting Things Done book. Even if you don’t want to practice GTD, it really helps you think about projects, problems, tasks and break them down

    • Clay

      • The “Daily Folder” 

      • Use Alarms for 911 reminders

      • Batch Process Email

      • My Flow

        • Capture Everything (Where is your Inbox?)

        • Eliminate, Delegate, Automate

        • Set Priorities

        • Time & Energy

      • Hyper-scheduling - The Hyper-Scheduling Experiment — MacSparky

      • Command + “.”

Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)

Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)

https://twitter.com/yaakovgoldberg3/status/1095898976996507648?s=12


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  6. Closing

    • We thank you all for listening and remember, with a little training, anyone can be on their way to becoming a GTDJedi. Goodbye!