I recently bought the GTD-audiobook from iTunes and I gotta say it's a great way to listen/learn.
I've implemented (sort of) GTD at home now, and will start implementing it at work, starting tomorrow.
I'm using Remember the milk, a website on which you can create lists. I created a list of actions and thought it was a good idea to split it into multiple lists. I created an @home-, an @work, and an @shop-list. I don't keep a separate project-list, but integrated projects in the forementioned lists.
Per item on a list you can add multiple notes, and for the projects (marked with [p] in the name) I keep track of next actions there.
Is this a good way of implementing GTD? I'm I missing out some key things?
Another question I have is that for almost all items (but not all) there is some paperwork. Where do I put that? It's terrible (not efficient) to have to search through all papers, when looking for that one letter/note. Any tips there?
Thanks for you patience with a GTD-starter...