I gather inspiration and ideas from all the people I work with.
Two great list additions has come up, that I am sure will help you!
The first is a project summery list, where you write
* The name of the project
* Who gave you the project
* The date you got it
* The date when you started it
* The current state, (analysis, tested, passed on to xyz, finished)
If you are waiting for someone to test/approve you work
* Who that is
* When you gave it to that person
* The last date/time you called/mailed that person to check when she/he will get back to you.
This list could save your butt when someone asks you the status of one of your projects that you have handed on to a colleague some time ago, when you can check your list a tell him that you are waiting for John D. to test it, and you called him 3 days ago to check when he would be done.
The second list, is a list of your achievements, IE
* What projects you have done.
* Things you have done to make you and/or your team more productive.
* Tasks or responsibilities you have done that is not in your job description.
If you have made a presentation or a workshop about GTD and made your team / department more productive, that might lead to a pay raise or a bonus. Once in a while you should re-read your job description if it is long, to check what your company is paying you to do. If you do something extra there is a slim chance that anyone will notice it you don't.
Your boss, department head, might not hear all the great things you do, so keep a list of your great achievements.
All so a very important point, don't be shy... if you have done something great let people know. If you can afford it, buy muffins, a cake or grapes (whatever suits you) and let people know that there is something to celebrate, by sharing.