When you look at it, a to-do list shouldn't have a big learning curve. You should just be able to use it right away because in the grand scheme of things, the to-do list itself is not important. It's the tasks that are listed on it that are important.
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.
Today, I bring you Rocky. Or Sylvester Stallone if you prefer to use his real name. Sly is one of THE action film heroes. He is also the person with the most inspiring success story in the history of ever.
Not every day is mighty productive ... I'm sure you can relate to this. Sometimes you just don't feel like doing anything valuable even though you know you should. Being able to come to work with the same amount of productivity in you every day is next to impossible...
Procrastination has quite a bad publicity online these days. People start to understand how dangerous it is and how bad it can get over time if you don't do anything about it.