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I'm considering spending the $48 per month on the GTD (Getting things done) system advertised by David Allen.

Is this a complete time management and productivity system ?

Do you need to purchase additional software, or pay for additional services ?

I am intending to use it as a complete personal time and goal management system - which I am currently trying to set up.

Does anyone have any experience of this service.

{ asked by Dean Chalk }


I'd start by reading David Allen's book: Getting Things Done. It's only $10 for paperback and there's a Kindle version as well.

Read that first. Chances are you won't find that you need any tools from his company that require a monthly subscription and there are lots of apps and tools that are compatible with GTD because it was intentionally designed to be "tool agnostic".

{ answered by Adam Wuerl }