GTD Back to basics

While browsing for some ideas and checking out the latest updates on GTD forums (well worth visiting on regular basis) I came across two threads on getting back to GTD basics.

Personally this is a quite timely as I’m getting back on the wagon after a series of significant life changes. To put it simply and with out going into much detail having list made things easier even if you end up not doing half of the things.

Back to basics

Back to Basics part two-and-a-half: looking for input from other forum members

Also I’m looking at finding better ways to resurface stuff that’s important so that it stays on radar. I’m reading “Getting Results the Agile Way” and so far I can a see it’s a neat way of maintaining focus on the key selected areas.

For that purpose I’ve been also testing Wunderlist as my primary task manager and so far I find that I works very well. It’s a big shift from more advanced/feature rich setup that I had in Remember the Milk. None the less it appears to do the job quite well.