GTD INCOMPLETION TRIGGER LIST PDF

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The following is an “Incompletion Triggers” list to assist you in evaluating your current This list has been taken from Getting Things Done. Trigger list for incomplete tasks for weekly planning under “collect” step of GTD (An Incompletion is anything you pay attention or give thought to that needs to. My tribute to all the GTD junkies out there (a group that for a long time included me) — a massive list of GTD stuff. It’s far from comprehensive.

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Collecting is the first stage of any kind of organizational work flow. In order to gain control, you need to gather everything that you consider somehow incomplete.

Iincompletion basic principle is that you must know how your world is right now, how the map in which you move looks likeso that you can make a positive commitment to it. There are a lot of things in your life that do not put any pressure on you.

It is all those things that are under control. You turn on the computer and you see the application you need with the data you need.

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You turn on the heating and soon you get the room at the right temperature for you to work. You need to go somewhere, so you start the car and go there… Things are just like they ought to be. But in the normal course of your day, there are many other things that demand part of your attention. Your internal radar is activated whenever something pops up that can somehow upset the balance of your universe.

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This new and strange noise you hear in the engine of your car, what can it be? A message from your bank warning about an account with insufficient funds. A new idea to increase your income that occurred to you the moment you heard some comment somewhere. David Allen summarizes this incomplerion phase in a very simple way: The fact that collecting is ihcompletion first stage does not mean that you should do it only once, at the beginning.

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It is the first stage of a work flow which cyclically and continuously repeats throughout ytd life. Every day there are new things that you must capture in order to decide what to do with them, if you actually need to do something at all. It consists in identifying anything concerning your work or your personal life which you consider should be different, and put it all in one single place, which we can call the in-basket. The Mind Sweep is something you should do the first day you start implementing GTD as an organizational method.

But it is also something you should do from time to timeespecially after a period in which, for whatever reason, you have lost a considerable part of control over your world.

Trigger List

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Cancel anytime with one triggger. Projects started, not completed.

Projects that need to be started. Meetings that need to be set. Decisions that have to be made. Who needs to know? Financial stuff budgets, forecasts, statistics, credit line, cash flow, etc.

Projects formal planning goals, targets, objectives. Administration legal issues, insurance, procedures, etc.

Systems computers, phones, office equipment. Waiting for… information, delegated tasks, replies, petty cash, ordered items, decisions of others, etc. Professional development training, things to learn, skills to practice. Upcoming events birthdays, incimpletion, weddings, travel, social events, cultural events, sporting events, etc. Things to do places to go, people to meet. Administration bills, banks, investments, loans, taxes, insurance, legal affairs. Waiting for… orders, repair, loaned items, etc.

Computers software, hardware, connections, internet. Hobbies books, music, movies. Errands drugstore, market, bank, stationer, etc. Community neighborhood, schools, local government. How easy is to collect… and how much effort it takes!

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