GTD™ or Getting Things Done™ is an method created by David Allen for action and time management. It is described in his book "Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity". This method helps to defeat procrastination and is very useful in personal task management.
The main idea of GTD is that task should be done by removing them from memory and recording externally to free mind from the necessity to remember everything that needs to be done.
Two-minute rule invented by David Allen described below:
If the Next Action can be done in 2 minutes or less, do it when you first pick the item up. Even if that item is not a "high priority", because it takes longer to store and track any item than to deal with it the first time its in your head. - David Allen, Getting Things Done, p.191
More information about GTD you may find here.
Pomodoro Technique™ is simple but very effective time-management approach to stay focused developed by Franchesco Cirillo.
Short description of Pomodoro Technique:
Focused on "pomodoros" (indivisible 25-minute periods of time) established to cut down interruptions, both internal and external. Each pomodoro is accompanied by "the ticking clock" which helps to focus on task and transforms time into a valuable ally.
Visit official site of Pomodoro Technique to find out more.
GTD Timer is not limited to GTD method only. It is not needed to use 2 minute rule or even know anything about GTD because you may use this software as standard digital timer or countdown clock to countdown to any period of time.
Moreover, GTD Timer created with an idea to provide far more functionality than mentioned about timer application in GTD method.
After purchasing and registering GTD Timer you will get access to all features of the software for unlimited time. Additionally, you get access to free support and future updates of the software for one year or more depending on the time period you have chosen while ordering.
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