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Getting Things Done

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Getting Things Done
1 Part 1 The Art of Getting Things Done
1.1 Chapter 1 A New Practice for a New Reality
1.1.1 conscious mind is a focusing tool
1.1.2 write down the outcomes you wish to achieve
1.1.3 determine the "next physical action" for every outcome
1.1.4
1.2 Chapter 2 Getting Control of Your Life
1.2.1 Collect
1.2.1.1 gather all the items that remain to be completed
1.2.1.2 collection success factors
1.2.1.2.1 Every open loop must be in your collection system and out of your head
1.2.1.2.2 You must have as few collection buckets as you can get by with
1.2.1.2.3 You must empty them regularly
1.2.2 Process
1.2.2.1 What is it? Is it actionable?
1.2.2.1.1 If not, trash it
1.2.2.1.2 If so, what’s the next action?
1.2.2.2 Will next action take less than 2 minutes?
1.2.2.2.1 If yes, do it
1.2.2.2.2 If no, delegate it or defer it
1.2.2.2.3 If it will take longer than 2 minutes, consider it a project
1.2.3 Organize
1.2.3.1 8 categories of reminders and materials
1.2.3.1.1 trash
1.2.3.1.2 incubation tools
1.2.3.1.3 reference storage
1.2.3.1.4 list of projects
1.2.3.1.5 storage or files for project plans and materials
1.2.3.1.6 a calendar
1.2.3.1.7 a list of reminders of next actions
1.2.3.1.8 a list of reminders of things you’re waiting for
1.2.4 Review
1.2.5 Do
1.3 Chapter 3 Getting Projects Creatively Under Way
1.3.1 Defining purpose and principles
1.3.2 Outcome visioning
1.3.3 Brainstorming
1.3.4 Organizing
1.3.5 Identifying next actions
2 Part 2 Practicing Stress-Free Productivity
2.1 Chapter 4 Getting Started: Setting Up the Time, Space and Tools
2.1.1 Set aside two whole days
2.1.2 Work space
2.1.3 A good general-reference filing system
2.2 Chapter 5 Collection: Corralling Your "Stuff"
2.2.1 gathering first
2.2.2 cover one’s physical space
2.2.3 &
2.2.4 mind sweep
2.3 Chapter 6 Processing: Getting "In" to Empty
2.3.1 decide what to do with each of the items in the "in" box
2.3.2 guidelines for effective processing
2.3.2.1 process the top item first
2.3.2.2 process one item at a time
2.3.2.3 never put anything back into "in."
2.3.3 key question
2.3.3.1 What’s the next action?
2.3.3.1.1 None
2.3.3.1.1.1 item is trashed
2.3.3.1.2 An action
2.3.3.1.2.1 make it specific
2.3.3.1.2.1.1 do it
2.3.3.1.2.1.2 delegate it
2.4 Chapter 7 Organizing: Setting Up the Right Buckets
2.4.1 "Projects" list
2.4.1.1 review all projects for needed actions
2.4.2 Project support material
2.4.3 Calendared actions and information
2.4.4 "Next Actions" lists
2.4.4.1 be organized by context
2.4.5 "Waiting For" list
2.4.5.1 be reviewed often
2.4.6 Reference material
2.4.6.1 general-reference filing
2.4.6.2 large-category filing
2.4.6.3 rolodexes
2.4.6.4 contact managers
2.4.6.5 libraries and archives
2.4.7 "Someday/Maybe" list
2.4.7.1 ideas that are not ready for action
2.5 Chapter 8 Reviewing: Keeping Your System Functional
2.5.1 keep the system up-to-date
2.6 Chapter 9 Doing: Making the Best Action Choices
2.6.1 context
2.6.2 time available
2.6.3 energy available
2.6.4 priority to make decisions
2.7 Chapter 10 Getting Projects Under Control
3 Part 3 The Power of the Key Principles
3.1 Chapter 11 The Power of the Collection Habit
3.1.1 increased level of trust with others and with oneself
3.1.2 relieve mental stress
3.2 Chapter 12 The Power of the Next-Action Decision
3.2.1 increase clarity
3.2.2 increase productivity
3.3 Chapter 13 The Power of Outcome Focusing

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