We are considering what new GTD products we may develop, and are very interested in your ideas. Is there some aspect of your GTD practice where a video or audio program, a PDF, or some other product would be supportive? Another way of asking that is, do you struggle with some part of implementing GTD where some product might remove that friction?
In our last team meeting we joked about making a David Allen bobblehead. Please know that we welcome all suggestions, no matter how crazy or humorous.
High level response: Some means of tracking "locations" of my project and action support.
Over the years, I've amassed a bunch of tools/resources that allow me to place data/material/information/ideas etc. Some tools are better designed for different formats - Full text; PDF's, Word, Excel; MInd Maps; written stuff I scanned and uploaded; audio I recorded to myself; links to web-sites, etc.
Folders on my mac; Folders in OneDrive; Folders in G-Drive; paper stuff; audio stuff - on phone; pictures - on phone and other places I've uploaded.
OneDrive at work but also my own OneDrive -- Some projects have bled over between personal and work.
In other words -- tracking what I call "Locators".
One thought I had was to enter a section called "Locators" into the top part of a defined Project - within "Project and Action Support" that is my central Locators GoTo. Theoretically, I would go to Locators and be reminded where I actually placed the variety of Project support material.
I can't tell you the number of times I've been "saved" by going into "Downloads" and finding something I needed, but that's not sustainable.
If I had a DavidCo Product that helped with my agreement of where I placed support material (typically electronic, but also paper), that would be awesome.