Productivity software

I've finally found something that is meeting my needs in organizing my productivity.  The program ActionComplete, designed to facilitate the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology, syncs a web based and Android based software that allows me to work from my desktop and my phone.  The software does not fully implement GTD, but does a reasonably good job meeting my most pressing needs.

One positive practice that I've gained by using ActionComplete has been requiring myself to add at least one action item or wait time for projects on my list (currently 15 projects strong).  This practice helps me to focus on moving all of my projects forward and identifying projects that are languishing.  It also gives me the confidence to add more projects to my list without overwhelming myself.  If I keep this up, I'll meet my goal of 20% increase in productivity in a very short time.

1 comment:

  1. That's really great John. Even I think that productivity keeps a high level of importance in every circumstances for a better end up of the process to be considered. Time is one of the factor that I believe has immense contribution to the productivity to come up. And for that very reason, I consider using the cloud based time tracking software from Replicon. You could also consider that as a part of the productivity tools as well.