96. Listener Questions 14: Alternatives to contexts, analogue systems and projects lists without AOF

It’s time for another listener questions episode!

In this episode, Morten and Lars go through questions from Alex, Jukka and Ivan covering topics such as:

– Alternatives to using the classic contexts in GTD

– Their experience with completely analogue GTD systems

– How a simplified projects structure might look like

..and much more! As always, we hope that this episode helps you in your GTD practice and thanks so much to Alex, Jukka and Ivan for their questions. If you have a question, be sure to let us know at podcast@vitallearning.dk!

Also, we’d LOVE to hear from you with a quick message, audio snippet or even better, a quick video regarding our episode number 100! Don’t worry about making it perfect, find your phone and record a quick selfie-video with whatever you want to share with us. We’ll make it into a fun episode when we reach number 100 – you know where to send it, podcast@vitallearning.dk :-)

Links:

– Article on Thorbjørns analogue system (in Danish): https://vitallearning.dk/tanker-om-en-papirbaseret-tilgang-til-gtd/

– Episode on Natural Planning Model® (NPM) you’ll find in your podcast player, episode 10

– Morten/Lars’ channels on YouTube, if you want to watch the episodes: 

    – Lars: https://youtube.com/c/LarsRothschildHenriksen

    – Morten: https://youtube.com/c/MortenRøvikGTD 

– GTD Summer Camp 2023 video (3 min version): https://youtube.com/watch?v=4LSAZF9EiYs

We really hope that this episode helps you on your GTD journey and, as always: If you have any feedback we’d love to hear from you via podcast@vitallearning.dk. Lastly, be sure to head on over to https://VitalLearning.eu to learn more about Getting Things Done® (GTD), Crucial Conversations and other offerings in the Nordics+!

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