It seems like Gtd has felll into my life just at the right time. I was reading a book called “Dreaming in Code” which talked about it. I’ve had a bunch of project related activities assigned to be at work and I’ve had a real need to get things straightened out and prioritized at home.
A few years back, I had made a todo list’s and religiously followed them for a couple months. Yes, I did get things accomplished but basically I got myself so stressed and frustrated by the things not done I stopped.
I remember reading someone about that in his book. As I recall one of his points was that when your’re creating a “todo”, you need consider three things.
- What is it that your trying to accomplish?
- What constitutes being done with the project?
- What is the next step?
While these steps are pretty obvious, his contention is that when most people write down items on a todo without considering those three points.
Anyway wasn’t my intent to write about that today, what I wanted to do, was to rationalize my project coding that I’m using for D3.
Suppose, I need to save that for another day.