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Mission creeping into 2009

Predictions abound for digital media in 2009 (even in the government space) and I’m excited to see what the year will bring. It’s also a good time to reflect on personal highlights of the year just ended and hopes for the one ahead. So for my first new year as a blogger I hope you’ll permit me […]

The best bits from GTD: my top 5 takes from David Allen’s book

This is the third in a short series of posts* about how I’m improving my productivity by applying the principles of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD). To re-cap: Like everyone, I am too busy. And like many people, I reckon I’m an organised person. Before discovering GTD, I already had pretty efficient ways of […]

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Stuff I’ve bookmarked on October 25th

Stuff I’ve bookmarked on October 25th from 11:15 to 19:34: Bubbles, the Site Specific Browser for Windows – Turn any website into a powerful desktop application! The Power of Cranking Widgets | GTD Times – Cranking Widgets: Turn Your Work into Stress-free Productivity | Zen Habits – Getting co-workers and friends started on Twitter – […]

The cult of Getting Things Done: an introduction to GTD

This is one of a series of posts on my mission to improve my productivity using Getting Things Done (GTD). Read the full series here. GTD and me When I started this blog, I chose the name Mission Creep because I have a lot of pride in my productivity (I am an efficient doer) and […]

Getting started with Getting Things Done (GTD)

This is the introduction to a short series of posts about my mission to improve my productivity by applying the principles of Getting Things Done (GTD), David Allen’s self-help bible on workload management. An enormous amount has been written about GTD, and everyone’s implementation will vary. So in this series I will focus on what […]