My buckets. Not having these properly in place had been one obstacle that was causing a backlog of items to process.
- Serge Hallyn: gtd next-actions (s3hh.wordpress.com)
- ” Email Zen: Clear Out Your Inbox :zenhabits (sheffnersweb.net)
- GTD Collection + Daily reviews and routines (sheffnersweb.net)
- David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”: Is It Relevant to Freelancers? (freelancefolder.com)
- Serge Hallyn: Tickler (s3hh.wordpress.com)
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