Don't assume less frequent updates means dormant. They are very deliberate in the changes they make. It is very much alive and well.
I can tell you that personally, when I was using Nirvana for a short time for my personal system, this "Someone" tag default was one of the few...
Thank you for the advice Kelly. I'm a huge fan of yours.
>>Thank you! Very kind of you to say.
Are you ever concerned that Next Actions that...
Hi there. If it needs to be done ON a day, it goes on your calendar. If it needs to be done BY a day or can be done ANY day, it goes on Next...
It’s very much alive and well. Their own forums are very active. From what I understand, they make development changes carefully and deliberately,...
Hi @AFG. In response to your comment "(Really should be a wiki, not a forum thread.)", have you considered posting all of this to your personal...
I would agree. It’s just a way to create time for pre-defined work. Which is why I am covering it under the Threefold Model.
Hi @Longstreet. I look at considering time blocking (or not) as part of Threefold Nature of Work model. So yes, I will be touching on it!
You should be able to download that one as a free trial member, if you want.
There is an editable Natural Planning Model template and worksheet in the GTD Connect Document Library:
Fantastic tip! I’ll add it to the guide the next time it’s edited.
This response from David is worth a read if you ever feel overwhelmed by long lists:
Great. You'll find some savvy Nirvana users here, like @Longstreet, who should be able to give you some good tips on these features.
He stopped using Time/System paper planner because other tools became more useful for him, like the PalmPilot.
Hi Stephen. Have you checked out the GTD guide for Nirvana?
It’s meant to be a guide that covers the GTD fundamentals (not a replacement for the book or courses though), and gives step by step and complete...
This is a sample map of Coach Meg Edwards, that she showed on a webinar we did. It’s not David’s. Just wanted to clarify that.
It can absolutely work. You’re not breaking any GTD rules. Just stay on top of your Weekly Reviews and adjust as needed.
I'm in the middle of a big move myself and I write daily punch lists (on paper that sits out on my desk that we can both see) of must handle...
Do you guys prefer a recorded video or a live webinar?