If you’re interested in personal productivity, you have more than likely at least heard of Getting Things Done (GTD)—the productivity system designed to move every task, idea, and project that’s currently in your head (where they’re prone to stressing you out and bubbling up when you’re trying to focus) into an organized outside system.While the entire GTD system is worth diving into, it contains one often overlooked strategy that can massively improve your productivity, focus, and time management: The 2-minute rule.Want to take your productivity to the next level? RescueTime keeps you focused by blocking distracting sites, giving you in-depth reports on how you spend your time, and more. Try it for free. What is the 2-minute rule in productivity?To understand the power of the 2-minute rule, we first need to understand how it fits into GTD.We’ve written before about the basics of the GTD system, but in a nutshell, the system comes down to 5 steps:Capture. Write down…
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