Moving into a 2017 is a good time to tidy up the old and prepare for the new. One way to do this is through a commitment to the weekly review. David Allen shares in a recent blog post the best time to do a weekly review:
The strength of GTD awareness and ability is knowing that the best time to do a GTD Weekly Review is when you least feel like doing it. The strange force that seems to make these simple but powerful habits so challenging is that we think we need to have the result of the behavior, before we can engage in the behavior.
We feel we need to be in control before we can plan, we need to be organized before we can get organized, and we need to know what’s going on before we can sit down to figure out what’s going on. Strange, aren’t we?
So make one of your new year’s resolutions a commitment to the weekly review. You will soon wonder how you ever lived without it. Experience a guided weekly review from a GTD Coach at: http://gettingthingsdone.com/2015/07/podcast-07-guided-gtd-weekly-review/
Read more of David Allen’s GTD Times blog at: http://gettingthingsdone.com/gtd-times/