Getting Things Done, with OmniFocus

Lately I try to get things done. Really! With the help of David Allen’s Gettings Things Done strategy, I now use OmniFocus to, well, get things done. For a start, I was really skeptical myself as well. But it works. Especially, or perhaps only, if you go all in.

What I like about the advice from David Allen is that he describes a general method, not a strict and specific way you have to do things. Everyone can decide for himself what works best and what not. One way yo use it, as many people do, is to use omniFocus.


You can get OmniFocus in the App Store yourself by follow this button:

Getting Things Done

David Allen’s book is highly recommended as well. Even if you only use one aspect, it will help you to get a little more productive, I am sure!
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But don’t just follow my advice, check it out yourself… At some point I will write more about Getting Things Done and David Allen’s theory, as I find it very useful myself.