I thought I'd mention a new capture method I've started since the beginning of the year. I've taken the basic principles and Journal layout of Action Method and tailored it to my specific needs. In the end while I like the Behance Books, I wanted a little more detail to be available to me on the page, so I decided to go ahead and design and make my own little GTD Books.
So now what does this mean for Things you might ask? Well, I take a lot of paper notes, and while they are of value, they are always all over the place. So now, with the hand made books I can have a standardized note taking format before I enter my Tasks into Things.
I love capturing on the desktop, but I find that when I do my processing on paper, I am so much more focused. I am no longer distracted by Facebook, Engadget, Cultured Code, and all the other sites I find myself wasting time on. On paper, I just focus, process and define. I then move the tasks directly into Things.
Anyhoo, here are some screenshots of my Paper System:
Again, I based the structure off of Action Method, and added my own specific fields I find valuable to my own personal system.
Last edited by policarpo; 01-17-2011 at 09:21 PM.