There are two essential steps to any effective productivity system: (1) collecting everything you have to do; and (2) making sure you do it.

The first requires good, easy-to-use tools. If it takes work to collect tasks, you won’t do it. Tim Ferriss, author of the four-hour workweek, recently talked about how he does it.

Here are the tools he uses:

  1. Evernote
  2. Gmail
  3. Google Calendar (Gcal)
  4. Anxiety
  5. Jott

Visit his article to see how he uses them to never forget anything again.

How to Never Forget Anything Again | Tim Ferriss (via Zen Habits)

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