The GTDA blogroll–43 Folders

I don’t have a huge blogroll at this site, largely because a long blogroll buries the sites that are consistently, absolutely, worth checking out on a regular basis. One such site is Merlin Mann’s 43 Folders. I like this site because Mann is tech savvy, funny, and not afraid to experiment.

The other thing I like is that 43 Folders is a wee bit agnostic about Getting Things Done, the time management system that inspired the nifty title of this blog. Ultimately, your system is your system–a series of tips and habits that accrue in your toolkit because they allow you to work effectively and increase your happiness. Toward that end, one of my goals here is to point out some promising stuff to add to your toolkit. And 43 Folders is so consistently, over the top useful, that it resides in the GTDA blogroll.

If you haven’t visited 43 Folders lately, here is a good place to start. A recent mention by NPR spurred Merlin to highlight some of the better posts on the subject of GTD. Enjoy.

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One Response to The GTDA blogroll–43 Folders

  1. Thanks for the tip on 43 Folders! I just found these two ways of nagging myself (and others) about expectations. Both are really cool and useful in different contexts. http://www.gopingme.com and http://www.jott.com. There is no such thing as time management. It keeps ticking no matter what. But there is self management to make better use of time!

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