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    Jan022013

    TO DO IN 2013

    What do you have on your to-do list?

    I can't put things off any longer, I have to take care of the "organized chaos" on my desktop, once for all...

    Desktop stuff #gtd

    Desktop stuff #gtd

    From Alex Revai's post, Clean Desk = Sick Mind? Organize For Productivity, Profit and Peace-of-Mind (Part2):

    Let's get organized! Not as a goal, but as the first step. The goal must be to learn to STAY organized. ... The first thing we must tackle is the accumulated paper on, in and around your desk.

    (www.EvanCarmichael.com)

    After I cleaned my desk, I will go through Nick Cernis's e-book, Todoodlist: Technology is great. Pencils are better. I want to create a laid-back productive approach and F.I.X IT! during 2013...

    The IT part in my workflow is under development. My gut feeling is that Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine is the optimal combination of technology, paper and pen.

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