GTD

2 Week Trail Results: Auto Responder on Email

I recently finished reading The 4-Hour Workweek (full review here).  Among many things, it reminded me that I should not be checking my email constantly.  I had heard this message several times in the past, but realized that I could improve my email habits.  Before reading the book, my email habits were as follows: Good …

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How to Systematize Your Business for FREE with Google

I just published a new blog over at BiggerPockets regarding using free tools from Google to systematize your business.  I explain some of the free tools from Google and show an example of using these tools to implement a common process flow for a real estate investor.   If you have a business, invest in real estate …

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Implementing Getting Things Done (GTD) in Gmail

One thing that you will notice with GTD (Getting Things Done) is that it is a strategy to follow, but it can be implemented in numerous different ways.  One struggle I see many people have is finding an implementation that works for them, whether it be physical, electronic or a hybrid. Here is one way …

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Book Review: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen

I read quite a few books.  For the most part, books within the same topic area generally contain the same content, each with a slightly different twist or tips that another did not have.  This is not necessarily a problem, but leads me to not be able to differentiate many books from each other after …

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