Getting Things Done (With Google?)

[Tetsuo’s post] reminded me of a book I had been meaning to get and never did, [“Getting Things Done.”]

I’ve only been through 2 chapters of the book, but I picked up some tips that I put to use already.   It also seems like Gmail and  Google’s calendar will work together very nicely with this book.  I’m looking forward to seeing what’s going to  happen when I’m all done with it.

Here’s some Random news.  Bought a house in Donghu (close to Neihu.)  It won’t be built for another 2 years, but that’s where I’ll be when it’s done.  It’s near some mountains and just outside of the city (and just the way I like it.)  Also got me an Xbox360.  Being able to go online with it is VERY fun.  Makes all games a tonne funner than they’d normally be.

OK, I’m gonna get back to getting things done 😉


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4 Responses to Getting Things Done (With Google?)

  1. Tetsuo says:

    On the GTD thing, I found a guide to GTD’ing e-mail which Gmail is really good at – label all incoming mail with one of 5 labels: Next Action, Waiting, Delayed, Archive, and Delete. Really helps you keep on top of e-mail, which is something I need, and if you can label with a hotkey you can rip through a full inbox quick as hell. Plus, if you don’t already, try keeping up with and – really good, practical productivity/GTD stuff on those two blogs.

  2. miltownkid says:

    Making almost those exact labels was the first thing I did :). I’ll take a closer look at those sites.

  3. Sinclair says:

    You’ve never armbarred me, gobshite, but then I havent been their often enough recently to be called a member anymore.

  4. miltownkid says:

    Sounds like someone is making a personal request to be arm barred 😉

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