A productivity tool does come handy. That's for sure. But which one to use? This is the question we'll answer today. Let's have a look at all 5 tools, their strong and weak sides, their purpose, their level of simplicity, their ease of use, their feature-richness, their GTD-friendliness, and their (assumed) target group of users.
The trick with online business is that it's not the most intuitive line of career out there. If you want to be successful, you have to understand the main pillars and take some action to put them in place.
A couple of months ago I wrote a post called "1 Simple Graph is the Secret to Success in Getting Things Done," and I must admit... I wasn't entirely honest with you. That one graph is not the only secret to success in GTD. Unfortunately; it's a bit more complicated.
If you think you don't have the time to read books, then you should read "Getting Things Done" by David Allen, and you will have the time for everything. This book changes lives and sets people free, just like they were children again.