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GTD Mastery 100: Step 18

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

Step 18 to GTD Mastery is: I maintain a “Someday/Maybe list,” and regularly review and update this list during daily and weekly reviews.

Someday/Maybe

Last week we talked about the weekly review in Step 17. One of the items on my weekly review checklist is to review my Someday/Maybe list. This involves two steps:

1) Transferring active projects to your project list. Did you find some time over the holidays to start brainstorming for your Great American Novel? If so, you should have a new item on your projects list. The same can be said for any project you’ve set in motion.

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2) Deleting unwanted items. Has someone already written and published what you thought was the next Great American Novel? If so, it’s time to delete it from your Someday/Maybe list and go back to the drawing, or writing board, as the case may be.

When I started practising GTD, I would usually just skim over my Someday/Maybe list without any deep thought about the items stored there. This lead to the graveyard that is my first blog, ttGTD.

Today, writing for GearFire is proof of a fresh and inspiring Someday/Maybe list.

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