Step 19 to GTD Mastery is: I have a dedicated physical office space set up.
GTD Mastery 100 returns after a couple of weeks off. GearFire has added a few more writers to the team and I hope you are enjoying the fresh content.
Above, you can see my office setup on display. It’s not terribly exciting, but it gets the job done. You can click on the image which will take you to an interactive image on Flickr.
On the far left is my inbox discussed previously in the series. In front of it is my change holder. It automatically sorts my coins and has a holder for coin wrappers.
My supplies holder is at the centre (in black). It holds writing materials and a hole-puncher. To the right is a scratchpad and a document holder (in green). To the left is a dragon carving (my Chinese zodiac), a birthday card (given to me by my grandparents), and a Mickey Mouse woodblock (from a time when I didn’t know what GTD was).
My laptop and mouse are a Dell Latitude D630 and a Logitech VX Revolution respectively. I run dual screen with my laptop and external monitor. The Easy-Read book holder (review here) is stored on the top of my monitor and also serves as a document holder.
At the top is my bulletin board. I post inspirational articles on it. The GTD Mastery 100 checklist is on the bottom-right three papers.