• Tomas Martinez, almost 6 years ago

    As a GTD user, I don't differentiate between personal and professional tasks, so I use Things for everything. What's the difference between personal projects (repairing your car) and professional ones (designing something)? Projects are always a set of tasks, so I don't understand the idea of separating them in different tools.

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    • Dragan BabicDragan Babic, almost 6 years ago

      I've only recently subscribed to this logic, and have always in the past maintained separate personal and work to-do lists.

      My problem was that I was allowing clients to access my to-do lists and that was my main source of frustration (the feeling that I'm not in control of it).

      Now I don't let clients even see my to-do lists, and keep everything in Trello. Problem solved.

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    • Interested Curious, almost 6 years ago

      Everyone operates differently.

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    • Al M, almost 6 years ago

      Keeping them separate prevents work creeping into your mind when you're not at work.

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