Getting Things Done – The Weekly Review Step By Step – Video Tutorial

Here is a project that has been on my list for a while, that i finally got to do.
For all you GTD fans out there, this might shed some light, give you ideas, or
even for people that don't do GTD at all, but manage a lot of things throughout their life,
these video tutorials will show you a process to review everything you have going on
in your life, on a consistent basis.

If you want more info about "The Weekly Review" this read David Allen's Book
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity And start getting control of the chaos that is your life.


Weekly Review - Part 1

Weekly Review - Part 2

Good luck and please leave your comments :)
Happy weekly reviewing
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5 thoughts on “Getting Things Done – The Weekly Review Step By Step – Video Tutorial

  1. Ady says:

    Hi Adan,

    This is really great stuff. Weekly reviews have always been the aspect of GTD that I don’t feel I’ve mastered. The tutorials are great and it’s nice to see how other people manage their GTD process. I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve linked to this post from my blog, as I thought it was worth sharing.

  2. Mike says:

    Hi Adan
    I came to this site via your Youtube posts on the weekly review.
    Most informative review I’ve seen so far. Terrific job!
    Question for you…I noticed you use both Evernote and Toodledo.
    Did you try to incorporate GTD in your Evernote? Just curious about how you arrived at 2 systems.
    Thanks and looking forward to your Future posts

    • exrulez says:

      Hi Mike

      Thanks for your comment.
      I’m glad you could get some value from my presentation.
      To address your question.
      The reason i use toodledo and evernote is in the systems behind them.
      Toodledo syncs with my iphone’s pocket informant, which gives me huge control over my tasks, combined with my calendar,
      including reminders, folders, and a quick / “task” oriented way of capturing.
      Plus I only use it for tasks and calendars.

      Evernote is more for taking notes, ideas, checklists.

      I’ve heard a lot of people using evernote succesfully for gtd but i’ve never really
      have had the necessity to switch so far.

      I’m curious about how other people use it though,
      if you have any links to resources or anything like that i’m very open to new ideas to incorporate into my systems.

      Another reason i arrived at 2 systems was that i started gtd way before evernote existed, so i
      got very focused on a “task” management style system, including outlook and other task management software.

      Have a great one mike!

  3. Patrick says:


    Great stuff, Would you mind sharing your template with me as I really like your approach? Thanks

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