Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity (New York: Penguin Books, 2015)

I looked into OmniFocus, an app to help with productivity and keeping your thoughts and activities organized.

Researching the application I kept coming across “GTD.” Not knowing what it was, I looked into it as well.

Getting Things Done is about getting all those tasks, activities, to-dos, anything you feel you need to get done all on paper, or into OmniFocus in my case. Before you lose your thought, get it down.

It’s a method that tries to move you from thinking on the “what” to the “how.”

Once your thought is logged, you don’t have to remember to do it, the system will take care of that, now your energy can be focused on getting it done or thinking through the process to most effectively complete it.

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