The following is an “Incompletion Triggers” list to assist you in evaluating your current This list has been taken from Getting Things Done. Trigger list for incomplete tasks for weekly planning under “collect” step of GTD (An Incompletion is anything you pay attention or give thought to that needs to. My tribute to all the GTD junkies out there (a group that for a long time included me) — a massive list of GTD stuff. It’s far from comprehensive.

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Start to Get Organized: The Mind Sweep

One for teigger daily life and one for my blogging. I have already shared the list for my daily planner so now I am sharing the list for my blog planner. As you can see the list is somewhat different and more blog orientated. To share any knowledge I may have or experiences I have. I always do a weekly review of all the tasks I have to get done. Up until recently I have always used the incomplete trigger list in the book however many of the triggers were not relevant to my life. It has single handed improved the way I organise and manage my life.

Some maybe put off as I was initially thinking this was just for businesses but the methods can be applied to all areas of your life whether that is at home or at work. David Allen mentions in this iincompletion that our brain naturally goes through a planning model which he refers to as the Natural Planning Model. This the process our brain takes when accomplishing tasks and should be applied when we are planning our projects.

This phase helps to set the boundaries and scope of your project and provide motivation. This is you visualise the end result, the outcome you wish to achieve. In order to plan a project you must first ascertain where you want that project to end. This is the phase in which you generate ideas for your project.

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David recommends that you put all your ideas on paper, get them out of your head so you can formulate them in some order. This will help focus on what tasks you need to do. In this phase you take all of the ideas from your brainstorming session and formulate them into some form of plan. So you should hopefully have at the end a list of tasks that you will need to accomplish in order to successfully complete your project.

What immediate action needs to take place so you can move the project on. I have found applying this method to my project planning extremely helpful when plotting and planning my projects. To start with I wrote a Master Project list, this was the place I write down all of the projects that pop in my head I want to complete.

This is a long-term goals list. I then took the first project I wanted to complete and write it on a separate sheet of paper, following the Natural Planning Model.


This details all the separate parts of the project that need doing for it to be complete. The next thing that I do is trgiger the first immediate action on my Next Actions list the thing to remember with the Next Actions list is that it is essentially a To-Do Immediately list.

Once I have completed the item I cross it off both lists. Thank you for taking the time to read my post.

I hope that it inspires you to go read the book or at least look at ways to help improve upon your organisational methods: This is my first ever Leuchtturm. My partner bought it listt me for Christmas and its the Berry dotted version.


Obviously these will evolve as the year goes on. My dailies are mostly Next Action lists for the day, events, memories and brain dumps.

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I have you have enjoyed reading and seeing how I do things. I would definitely recommend checking out the two blogs I mentioned above if you are wanting to be inspired. The trigger list helps my personal development with my blog so much, as it forces me to focus. Thank you for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x Advertisements. What I did instead was create a list of my own, taking all the points which were relevant. I typed it up, printed it out and put It into my a5 planner so I always have it on hand. I am also working on a trigger list for my blog planner as well. Keep an eye out for my Blog Planner Trigger list: The Stationery Geekette x. There are 5 steps or phases to the Natural Planning Model. Outcome Visioning This is you visualise the end result, the outcome you wish to achieve.

Brainstorming This is the phase in which you generate ideas for your project.

Organising In this phase you take all of the ideas from your brainstorming session and formulate them into some form of plan. It combines GTD with a form of bullet journaling and other aspects too. So to start I drew up a Calendar as I like to always have a yearly outlook.