It is so disappointing, GTD is a simple methodology but I think I am to stupid
to implement it the right way.
I started with a simple paper based system consisting of a Moleskine 2 pages
per week calendar and a cheap moleskine-like notebook for my lists. But I have
trouble to use the lists because I have to flip pages, at least this is the reason
I came up with.
And after that I tried to use Evolution, an Outlook-like pim, as suggested in the
After that I used indexcards for my lists - not really working.
I think think the main problem I have is, that I don't like to work with my lists
because I do not like the look and feel of them. But lists are lists whether they
are analog or digital. Has anybody experienced the same thing and found a
My lists are: (NA = Next Action; WF = Waiting For)
Lately I saw the OmniFocus video and now I think this must be the
Holy Grail for lists managing. But there are 2 problems with this
1st I don't have a Mac
2nd I think if I can not set up a normal list system why should I be able
to do it with such a software.
Please help me I want to find my inner GTD-peace and have a system which
works for me and is fun and easy to use.