En un post del sitio de Todoist en el que la entrevistan, Gina Trapani (la creadora del histórico sitio LifeHacker) cuenta que se rige por un sistema de tres capas: goal, project, task para organizarse:
"I use a 3-tier system: goals, projects, and a todo list. Goals determine projects, and projects determine to-dos (in GTD parlance, next actions). I do Friday weekly reviews of which projects I made progress on that week (and what goals they’re attached to), and what I’d like to focus on the coming week, and prioritize tasks based on that. At the end of each day, I queue up the to-do’s I’d like to focus on the next day. That helps me “park on a downward slope” so to speak: when I begin my day, I know exactly what I’m doing and why, and I can just get started.
This method is probably too overwrought and systematized for many people, especially people with a more spontaneous nature. For me, goal/project/task review and organizing my todo list is a form of anxiety management and stress relief. When I’m feeling overwhelmed by how much there is to do for long-term work, having a plan calms me down because it makes me feel like I’m on the right path."
Me pareció simple y elegante, para compartir.