After 15 or more years with the DaytimerCovey paradigms, I am making a commitment to shift to the GTD model. This is motivated by a change in my job (the change actually occurred 3 years ago and it took me this long to realize the old model wasn't working). I woul dlike to discuss the various tools to use to implement the model.
I have discarded my 2pg/day planner-but am unsure of what to use in its place. I am hesitant to invest in a PDA because of the start up cost, and because I don't want to be tied to my computer - and OF COURSE the software at work is not the same as the software at home. I figure when I do get around to buying one, they will become obsolete...or I will drop the ^$&(* thing right out of the box. They ARE very cool, tho.
I've read David's suggestions for setting up a paper planner, and would like to know if anyone else is using the model; I mas thinking of an 8.5 x 11 "mothership" with a pocket satellite that I could take everywhere. The satellite would contain only mission critical appointments, phone numbers, and lists (wine is a mission critical list)
ON review, I realize these questions are probably naive and basic, so I thank you in advance for your patience and tolerance as I try to re-invent myself.