Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is part 2 of our series on getting things done. Following David Allen’s method, we discuss the second part – clarifying. You look at your list of projects and things to do, and think broadly about what you want to do. Consider delegating some of the things on your list. Then, put your items in a prioritized order, based on when you can get to them. Think deeply about the first project – brainstorm everything you need to do for it and create a list of next actions. Tune in to hear more!
Family History & Getting Things Done Part 2: Clarify by Diana at Family Locket
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, revised edition by David Allen – affiliate link to Amazon
Epson FastFoto FF-680W Wireless High-Speed Photo and Document Scanning System – affiliate link to Amazon
Engaging the Family in Telling Your Family Story – Nicole’s class at RootsTech SLC 2020 (link to the RT schedule)
Study Group – more information and email list
Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com
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I was introduced to Getting Things Done a couple of years ago. I also started using OmniFocus, an iOS app that is built on GTD principles. Your listeners might be I retested in the app.