David R Parker
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Hello, Dave: I appreciate your detailed guidance for GTD users in a paper format. I am a new GTD-er and have a quick question for you. In the Next Actions section above you mention @Errands, @Anywhere, @Office and @Weekly Review. Where can I find those @s? Many thanks–Chuck Calendine
Thanks for your question but can I encourage you to look across to my main GTD site at http://www.MyGTDSystem.com ?
There on this page http://mygtdsystem.com/category/organise/ you’ll find information about these “Contexts” as they are referred to in “GTD-speak”. They’re the places where you need to be reminded of Next Actions – for example, @Errands are all the Next Actions you need to know about when you’re out shopping (or maybe online shopping).
The A4 GTD system is also on this site at http://mygtdsystem.com/building-an-a4-gtd-system/
The http://www.parkerquality.com site is in the process of being closed down as I don’t run that business anymore.
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Thank you for your kind, prompt and helpful reply.
I look forward to becoming better acquainted with the paper-based GTD system you describe as I feel this might be the keystone for my implementation of GTD for me.
As David Allen describes in his Phases, I have been Informed and Inspired–now is the challenge of Implementation! How and when in how extensively to make this happen is what I am grappling with at the moment. I feel that having a “template” for a paper-based GTD system is foundational for my implementation and that is why I have found your resources so very helpful.
I will rely upon your MyGTDSystem for further inspiration and information in my implementation process.
Again, many thanks!