Getting Started with Task Management

Matt Stauffer

It’s been a while since we’ve posted anything related to getting things done and task management systems. Some of you might be overwhelmed by the particulars, needing still to get your mind wrapped on how to approach creating a task list and a workflow for creating (and, importantly, completing) tasks.

Michael Hyatt, whose site we’ve already featured a few times, has a great post up about “Your To-Do List as a Personal Command Center”, or how to manage your entire workflow using one to-do list. He goes into a few specifics about some GTD’s most useful conventions (like “next actions”), but keeps it broad enough that it’s an excellent place to start from.

Your To-Do List as a Personal Command Center (HT someone–please let me know if you’re the one who sent this in!)

By Matt Stauffer | Posted: Oct 25, 2011
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