Join David Allen for an in-depth discussion in this video Organizing where things belong, part of Getting Things Done.
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…Well, now that you have may have captured the things that have…your attention, and clarified what they mean, and then done some two-minute…actions, and delegated some things and now have some action you need…to do, that moves us to the third step, which is organizing.…And organizing really means that I now have decided what this means,…so I'm just need to park it where those kind of things go.…So we mentioned these categories before in the clarify stage.…For instance, if there's no action on it, and…you don't need to keep it, obviously then that's trash.…
So that's the organization of trash.…That's your, you know, pretty self evident.…There are some things you say no, no…action now, but I want to reassess this later.…That's the category called incubate.…You could use a couple of different tools or ways to incubate that.…You could use a tickler file or a brain forward file that's a perpetual file…where you could kind of mail something to yourself and it shows up later on.…Or you could put triggers in your calendar.…
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