The game of productivity and efficiency work can sometimes be hard to score. As this is a skill to be mastered, it is helpful to identify key stages of progress in order to feel a sense of achievement. In a recent blog post, Coach Kelly Forrister identified five key markers of a proficient GTD practice.
1. It feels weird to keep stuff on your mind
Capturing what has your attention is a key practice with GTD. Getting better at GTD means you are capturing what’s on your mind when it shows up, moment-by-moment and keeping something ON your mind, well, it just feels weird.
Read the other four signs on the Getting Things Done web site.