Categories | Best Practices of GTD | David Allen | Getting Things Done | Implementation
David Allen: What to store simply as paper and what to bother putting into digital form is purely a matter of how you want your library structured. There’s an infinite set of possibilities about that. Once you’ve filtered appropriate actions and projects and someday’s from your material, all the rest is simply up to logistics for data storage and retrieval. Make sure that you are OK with short-term paper-based materials being filed. Otherwise if you feel it’s too much trouble to scan or store, they’ll wind up in a stack instead.
For more GTD tips on Reference filing, grab David Allen’s free article in our store. There are also a few great videos on GTD Connect about filing, including David Allen talking about the best practices of “clean edges”. And you’ll find an audio podcast available only on Connect where David talks about how he manages his financial files. Not a member? Try the 14-day free trial.