Kenji OHTA runs a blog called GTD+R, based on GTD (Getting Things Done), the popular action management method as applied to Rhodia notepads. He walks us thru his Card Game metaphor; detailed instructions on how to make task lists that’s as easy as it gets: Write down the task on paper, prepare the field to sort them easily, slip into pocket, and get the things done anytime, anywhere.
I am a software engineer. I always need to thrash out the tasks in my work. I list up the operation as task, check it it’s done or not, and know the progress for the project. The thrashing out the tasks is the most important factor for that the project goes well.
GTD declare the process how to act with the complete details. “Collecting” -> “Handling” -> “Arrangement” -> “Review” -> “Exception” It is easy way to clear up the work flow for anybody. And all you need is paper and pencil.
By writing down the tasks on the RHODIA, it is easy to carry, move, and sort it. I made new way by mixing GTD and managing the tasks with RHODIA.
I call it “GTD + R”.
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