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New Book Features Your 7-Day Quick Access of a Paperless Getting Things Done through Evernote

Your 7-Day GTD Immediate Action Plan
Your 7-Day GTD Immediate Action Plan

2011 – David Allen published Getting Things Done (GTD), a workflow process of collecting, processing, organizing and reviewing things and options you need to do out of your head and onto paper. Many say it has changed lives and has helped manage day-to-day tasks. However, GTD just provides you with a system for best completing each of these steps using friendly diagrams on paper (in this case electronic). Yet, technology now, is fast evolving.
Today – Dominic Wolff gives us Evernote – an all-digital powerful tool which offers solutions to problems on categorizing, managing and tracking tasks efficiently. Wolff,  the author of the book, Master Getting Things Done the David Allen Way with Evernote,  spanned his personal management system for almost two decades, resulting a career in organizational development and productivity.
“GTD is, in general, a great place to start… My personal productivity system looks a lot like GTD, but has been simplified in some areas and more complex in others.”, says Wolff.
Evernote, a note-taking and -organizing application for Mac, Windows, IOS, and Android, is a full digital strategy, which helps you organize your priorities, responsibilities and tasks from paper to paperless technology. With Evernote, GTD becomes fully functional. With Evernote and GTD combined, technology becomes useful than stressful – making technology work for you rather than against you.
Dominic Wolff’s Master Getting Things Done the David Allen Way with Evernote provides two parts. The first part talks about GTD, the system that is outlined in Allen’s book. It contains the basic questions about GTD, its components and how they work. The second part of the book talks about implementing GTD using Evernote; we can put systems in place to make hours of work more efficient and valuable.
Wolff helps realize GTD using only a 7-Day immediate action plan. With Evernote, Wolff assures a well-crafted GTD in a week:

  • Weekly Review on Monday. You only need to set a 30-minute review of your weekly calendar. Be reminded of specific terms coming up: meetings, appointments, and important tasks.
  • Daily Review on Tuesday. Look at your day’s calendar. Look for any extra-high priority terms.
  • Created dates Check up on Wednesday. Check on the date and time you created a note.
  • Delegation on Thursday. Process and accomplish tasks that you aren’t well-equipped to deal with through delegation.
  • Hiring Work Out on Friday. Remember that what you can handle at work can be done by a friend!
  • !Daily Tags on Saturday. !Daily tags help you learn new habits. Learn new habits to fully strategize your week.
  • GTD basics Review on Sunday. Ensure efficient workflow process by reviewing GTD.

Evernote is a wonderful program which helps you get your week together and be organized. Evernote enables you to command everything.
As Wolff states, Evernote:
  • allows access to personal notes no matter where you are
  • synchronizes all your notes across different devices
  • adds reminders to notes
  • plans your calendars or to-do list
  • keeps track of budget and grocery lists
  • notes almost everything your mind can’t!

Readers will also get Evernote’s Super-Advanced Tips -  the added capabilities you get from additional apps and a few final notes to keep GTD up and running smoothly.
While GTD still keeps your tasks abreast, Evernote makes GTD more conditioned, established and managed.
Grab your book today for only $.99 on April 30, 2014! Visit “Master Getting Things Done the David Allen Way with Evernote” before the $1 per day increase!

About The Author
Dominic Wolff is an author, business owner and traveler. He became interested in the mechanics of business from a very young age. From those early days of selling candy bars to running a multi-state company today, Dominic has always been on the lookout for systems that would improve his productivity and allow him more free time to enjoy his hobbies. He eventually managed to simplify productivity development systems to make complex resources rather simpler and useful.

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