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GTD Mastery 100: Step 13

To read my complete journey to GTD Mastery see the main post.

Step 13 to GTD Mastery is: I have a folder marked “inbox” on my computer for downloaded files.

Downloaded files


I named my folder “downloads” instead because I don’t use it as an inbox. Any files I manually download get placed in the appropriate folder immediately (i.e. a sub-folder of “documents,” “music,” “pictures,” etc.). This follows the 2-minute rule.

My “downloads” folder holds files that are automatically downloaded (e.g. µTorrent RSS) or may need to be resumed later due to large file size (e.g. FTP and IRC).

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One Response to “GTD Mastery 100: Step 13”

  1. paulette says:

    Im doing the same in filing. Im labeling folders in order for me to find it faster. In that way i save time and effort in searching needed files.

  2. 8ba562249c3d says: