Learn about the basic concept behind the GTD step review, and how to use it to better manage your focused work time.
- [Instructor] In previous lessons,…you learned how to use the Getting Things Done or GTD system…to start organizing…all of your daily and weekly tasks more efficiently.…But inevitably, no matter how organized you are,…life gets in the way, tasks pile up,…projects get disorganized, context get confusing.…The final and most important step of the GTD process…is the Review process,…which I'm going to walk you through briefly…in this lesson using OmniFocus.…And we're back here with the previous tasks…that we set up in our earlier lessons…where we have all of our various Contexts…broken down by the type of tasks…that you would do as an editor.…
We still have our Projects with our various TV Episodes,…Episode 105, 106, and 107.…We have our project that we called Trailer B.…We have something miscellaneous.…We have something on our Someday/Maybe list…and we have some of our Single Actions or Errands.…So now, what we need to do is make sure…that the system stays in place.…We need to review.…So the way the Review process works is very, very simple.…
- File management
- Time blocking
- Cleaning up your email inbox
- Organizing and prioritizing notifications
- Selecting apps to help you with task and time management
- Filtering email messages and paperwork
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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