Monday, February 16, 2009

GTD with Mindmaps

I've been using GTD (at least my clumsy implementation of it) for a few years and have been mindmapping even longer. Some of my best presentations were first mindmapped. I've also been using online mindmapping app Mindmeister quite a bit lately. It's imports MindManager maps, allows online collaborative mapping, and uses Google's gears to provide offline functionality. Combining the GTD approach with Mindmapping seems like a marriage made in heaven.
Learn how to use mindmaps to implement "Getting Things Done" (GTD) by David Allen using free collaborative mindmapping tools.

(via Ian's Messy Desk)

3 comments:

chadmany2k said...

David Allen's book is really helpful. The GTD concept is great. So far my most success has actually been through a small plugin/addon toolbar for outlook called Outlook Track-It. It's simple - basically flags emails for you and reminds you to follow up to them. There are also some other programs that I'm researching right now.

Anonymous said...

Hi Mike,

You may also want to check out Mindjet's online mind mapping version, MindManager Web, to see how it compares to MindMeister. I think you'll like what you see.

dannielo said...

For implementing GTD you can use this web-based application:

http://www.Gtdagenda.com

You can use it to manage your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, schedules and a calendar.
A mobile version is available too.

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