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Evernote(R): The unofficial guide to capturing everyting and getting things done. (2nd ed) By Daniel E. Gold,

  • Title: Evernote(R): The unofficial guide to capturing everyting and getting things done. (2nd ed)
  • Author: Daniel E. Gold
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  • Page: 241
  • Format: ebook
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    1. Absolutely perfect guide to implementing Getting Things Done with Evernote The system is simple, which allows it to take advantage of the flexibility of Evernote This is the primary advantage of this system over any of the specialized TGD applications.User must read Getting Things Done The Art of Stress Free Productivity first.

    2. I have to say to each his own on this one I didn t agree with his methods There seemed to be a little too much dependency on todo and tag combos Seemed like copy than needed Another issue I have with that is it is unclear to me how to see what s been done in the weekly review I use a separate app for lists of projects and next actions and then I use Evernote linking in those items I also couldn t get behind the technique for incubation I will check out Nozeby from this book though.In short the [...]

    3. There are a few decent takeaways found here that made it worth the money Now I don t see the necessity for some of the methods given I m a big believer in simplicity and always stripping down a system to the bare essentials Here it seems necessities were built upon each other and never really cleaned up thus creating mundane work that what is needed.For anyone implementing Evernote and GTD together I suggest reading a few books such as this, reference the GTD website, and the secret weapon webs [...]

    4. I have used the GTD system for almost 10 years now and live and die by it This book saved my bacon I upgraded to a 64 bit version of Office and the plugin I used for my GTD stuff was no longer available I switched over to Evernote and this book taught me how The author is very approachable and answers emails personally He is also doing a podcast these days and it is wonderful as well.

    5. It is a fast read with sufficient information to set up the GTD system if you understand the GTD workflow.

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