The Getting Finances Done weblog posted the first part of a two part series entitled, “Applying GTD principles to your personal finances.” The article covers how your personal finances and the GTD methodology are related. Don’t worry if you aren’t an expert in GTD. The article assumes no knowledge of GTD.
By applying David Allen’s personal productivity principles to personal finances I’ve been able to make some vital distinctions that have helped me manage my money more effectively. Some principles have a very general application like “use a trusted system” while others have a very direct application like “operate from a zero base.” Here is my take on how you can apply GTD principles to your personal finances. It’s ok if you don’t know anything about GTD. These principles will still make sense and are sound principles to follow.
Applying GTD principles to your personal finances – [Getting Finances Done]
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