In a recent edition of his "Productive Living" email newsletter, David Allen described 10 reasons GTD is like karate. Number 10 was, "There is no end to how good you can be at it." That got me thinking. I've been practicing GTD since 2007 (although I only really got consistent with it in 2014), but I've never felt like I was as good as I could be. So I began looking at my practice for gaps. Capture stood out immediately. I've always thought I was good at capture, but it turns out I had major leaks in that area. I haven't been capturing things that occur to me while driving or come up during conversations with my wife while walking the dogs, for example. Why? Because my capture habits required some kind of manual input -- either into my phone or on a pad of paper -- and there are many circumstances where that isn't practical. So, in addition my notetaker wallet and a mobile digital capture tool called Drafts for iOS, I've gotten into the habit of using Siri to dictate stuff into my list manager when those other tools aren't practical. I realized I can also use my Amazon Alexa to capture thoughts in my Amazon "to-do" list and then get those things into my system (it requires a couple extra steps but it's better than keeping those things in my head). I know DA recommends keeping a pad and pen on every surface in the house, but with four cats and two dogs those things tend to disappear or get chewed on if I leave them lying around. But I've made sure to put paper and a writing instrument into a drawer in every room so I have easily accessible capture tools in the event the power goes out and my phone battery is low. I'm capturing a much greater percentage of the value-added inputs coming into my life now -- much, much closer to 100% -- and it feels good. In fact, it's a tremendous relief. I am sure there are more leaks in my overall GTD practice but this was a good place to start. So... I'm curious: what other strategies do people use to ensure they're capturing as much as humanly possible? I'd love to know. I may even borrow an idea or two from you all. Thanks.