Hello, I've been using GTD for a year now and I am so thankful that this system was revealed to me.
I have been using two blackberries and two outlook systems and a tickler file to organize my GTD system. The reason for the two devices and two Outlooks is because I am in outside sales for a large corporation and I have a company of my own that I run on the side. So my goal was to keep them separate. This process has been very difficult, especially when it comes to looking at Projects and Next Action Items. My wife and i both even started taking notes in meetings with our BBs. This was very distracting to people around us b/c they thought we where "text messaging machines."
Anyway, we just moved and so it gave me a chance to purge and reevaluate my system. I went to youtube.com and gtdtimes.com and looked at how people organized their offices (GTD Style). I did find some good info here. There is even a video on David Allen's office setup. Cool!
Then i began considering my system. That is if i should stick with my blackberries and outlook or migrate to more of a paper base system. Currently, I am experimenting with a Cambridge Limited notebook (purchased in Office Depot). It has good feel to it and i have got some Post-It tabs that i can write on and section off different sections in my notebook such as: Projects section, @Today, @Agenda, and Notes. I still plan on using my BB phone & outlook for my Calendar purposes...and my "@Calls" context in my phone because it allows me to know the calls I can make to utilize my time most effectively while I'm out and about.
I am looking for any kind of feedback. Mainly on the new notebook. Does anyone use a self-created notebook and how do you use it? I am very open to hearing suggestions! Please help!