Colin McKay begins most meetings by taking out two of his essential productivity tools: first, his BlackBerry; second, a Moleskine notebook he has divided into sections using coloured tabs.
To anyone in the know, that heavily tagged notebook is a dead giveaway: Mr. McKay is GTD.
"That’s the calling card," says Mr. McKay, 38, director of communications for the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada in Ottawa.
Colin McKay’s essential productivity tools: his BlackBerry and his Moleskine notebook, with duct-taped tabs. (Bill Grimshaw for The Globe and Mail)
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Today, Mr. Allen’s company employs 32 people and expects to earn $6-million (U.S.) in revenue this year from book sales, public seminars, corporate training sessions and a variety of GTD organizational accessories, including wallets.
"Too busy organizing to be productive"
By Craig Silverman