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New GTD Law School Productivity Forms

Last week I posted on how I GTD in law school. I included a link to a form that I have been been using. It worked well for me, but I wasn’t really satisfied with it. So yesterday I sat down and got to work on a new one. This is law school productivity sheet 2.0.

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The new weekly agenda includes a daily goal tracker at the top of each day.

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Each day I set a goal for four things. Contacts is a goal for the amount of new people I want to meet that day, either in person or online. The idea is to be constantly increasing my network. O stands for the number of outlines I want to review that day. F stands for how many sets of flashcards I want to review that day. Mp3 represents the number of times I want to listen to an Mp3 lecture that day. Of course I have to determine which subject and topic I want to listen for that day. Under the realized, I make a hash mark for the number of times I actually do the task. I like this method of goal setting. It’s ugly, but gets the job done. I might be fine tuning this in the future.

I’ve changed up my goal sheet. I still have sections for my semester goals as well as my GTD contexts. The thing that I like most is the monthly calendar in the bottom corner. It lets me keep track of due dates that are far off in the future, like my trial brief.

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I’m pretty happy this upgrade. As I mentioned earlier, I’ll be tweaking my daily goal tracking. I’m still not completely satisfied, but it will have to do for now.

Feel free to download and use these sheets. I hope they can help. I put them on the same sheet. One on one side of the sheet, the other on the other side. Enjoy.

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