Went looking for a Moleskine planner today and couldn’t find one at either Borders or Barnes and Noble…so I’ll self medicate by meditating on the goodness of the M. Below are some helpful hints on how to trick out your Moleskine to achieve maximum productivity.
- Dude waxes poet about converting his M into a lean mean GTD machine…The notebook is my main capture tool. When I process the information from the notebook, it goes either into my planner software (addresses and appointments, data in lists), or gets indexed for reference (conversations, meetings, and ideas.) keep the first pages of the notebook as a table of contents. When I’m waiting in the carpool lane, in a doctor’s waiting room, or on hold, I enter pointers to the significant notes of the past few days in this list. (An entry looks like: "page 55 10/17/08 Dr. XXXXX for Abigail, Hannah, and Jonathan" or "page 33B 10/10/07 XXXXX committee meeting".) (via juggling frogs)
- ZTD on a Moleskine…huh what? I had read quite a few “hacks” on the GTD system but one I really enjoyed was the ZTD which simplified the GTD system. I’m not good at keeping many things all over the place. I just wanted one place to keep all my thoughts, my to-do lists and meetings. And I wanted something simple enough that was easy and quick to use. So, here’s how I set up my Moleskine GTD System. (via zenofdesign)
- More with the GTD using a Moleskine…Trying to integrate the GTD method into my Moleskine planner, I designed a "GTD" A5-sized sheet that helps me on my daily efforts to apply the GTD procedure. The idea behind is, that if the Moleskine planner itself, is the "basket" where we collect the everyday "stuff", then the only thing we need is to have an easy reachable place for the lists of: Actions, Waiting for and Someday/Maybe entries.
Well, after this simple thought, I designed the "beta" version of my "GTD 4 Moleskine" A5-sized sheet, and I have to admit that it helps me a lot, everyday. (via anabubula)
- Ever hear of the mighty Hyalineskies GTD system? I felt as if I was missing something; if GTD was so spectacular, why did it seem to be so awful? After a bit of research and a bit of creativity, I decided that I’d just build my own GTD-based system from scratch using a Moleskine Ruled Pocket Notebook and inspired by the Hipster, the PigPog, and a bit of my own interaction design to make it as intuitive as possible for me to use. Considering there’s such a huge GTD community, I decided to publish my own Moleskine Hack for people to use. And, with that, I present the official hyalineskies GTD System. (via hyalineskies)
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