A latex document for getting things done.
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TriggerList.tex - A Getting Things Done stress reducing exercise

The Point

TriggerList is derived from The 43 Folders Trigger List. If you're not familiar with a Trigger List, the idea is simple: this is all the spheres of your life, in general, that you care about. If you're stressed out and not sure what to do next, print this out, and line by line either scratch off or annotate what you need to do next.


This is mostly written for xelatex. So:

$ xelatex TriggerList.tex


Typesetting by Elf Sternberg, who is still old-school.

Original list from David Allen's amazing book "Getting Things Done," typos repaired by Joe Rodgers and Merlin Mann.


This work is released under the same license as the 43 Folders document: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5

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