GTD Tip: Jott Easy Notes to Self

In The Four-Hour Workweek, Tim Ferriss advocates radical outsourcing of your life, going so far as to have a personal assistant in Bangalore handle all those nagging details. Whether you go that far or not, one thing all personal productivity and life enhancement gurus say is you need to start by gathering those details into … Continue reading “GTD Tip: Jott Easy Notes to Self”

GTD: Halfway There

For the last couple of weeks I have been strolling my GTD memory lane, reminiscing about what I’ve learned in the last 367 days since I read David Allen’s Getting Things Done on a plane ride home from Jacksonville. In listening to Merlin Mann’s Productive Talk podcasts with David this week, I heard some heartening … Continue reading “GTD: Halfway There”

GTD and The Invention of the Medical Record

In my work with Mayo Clinic in news media relations, I always look for applications of the principles of Mayo’s medical practice. Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated, not-for-profit group practice in the world. I figure the same principles that make Mayo Clinic successful as a medical practice would be likely to lead … Continue reading “GTD and The Invention of the Medical Record”