Getting Things Done (GTD) template

Getting Things Done (GTD) template

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Bring order to chaos with this notion template designed based on the concept of Getting Things Done (GTD), a productivity system created by David Allen.

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"Your brain is for having ideas, not storing them" - David Allen

Bring order to chaos with this notion template designed based on the concept of Getting Things Done (GTD), a productivity system created by David Allen.

Focus on what needs to be done.

This system will help you get everything out of your head, so you can focus on what's really important.

Feel more in control, trust in your system.

Capture all of your thoughts, and start doing the tasks instead of just thinking about them.

  1. Capture
  2. Clarify
  3. Organize
  4. Reflect
  5. Engage

What's inside?

  • Inbox
  • Calendar view
  • Today, tomorrow and next 7 days view
  • Contexts
  • Tags
  • Weekly Review
  • Points system for each completed task/project

GTD lists

  • Reminders
  • Next actions
  • Waiting for
  • Someday
  • Reference
  • Projects
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How can I duplicate the template?

Once you're on the Notion page, you will have the button "duplicate" on top-right. Click on it and choose your workspace. Your template should be there in a few instants ūüéČ

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"Your brain is for having ideas, not storing them" - David Allen

Bring order to chaos with this notion template designed based on the concept of Getting Things Done (GTD), a productivity system created by David Allen.

Focus on what needs to be done.

This system will help you get everything out of your head, so you can focus on what's really important.

Feel more in control, trust in your system.

Capture all of your thoughts, and start doing the tasks instead of just thinking about them.

  1. Capture
  2. Clarify
  3. Organize
  4. Reflect
  5. Engage

What's inside?

  • Inbox
  • Calendar view
  • Today, tomorrow and next 7 days view
  • Contexts
  • Tags
  • Weekly Review
  • Points system for each completed task/project

GTD lists

  • Reminders
  • Next actions
  • Waiting for
  • Someday
  • Reference
  • Projects