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Top 10 articles on Whatsthenextaction.com - What's the next action

Top 10 articles on Whatsthenextaction.com

11 01 06 - 23:48 - Bookmark this post

After writing for more than a year, I feel it's time to let you know which articles are most popular here. Also for new readers (welcome!) to get a feel on what I write about and what goes on here. For this top 10 I use the statisticsapp Mint. If you have a weblog, I can highly recommend this stats-program. It gives you a variety of information without becoming too cluttered like other (free) counters. Best feature: You will get a RSS feed for referrers to your site. Excellent...

Alas, let us continue to The Top 10 WTNA Blogposts!

10. Get into Backpack easy: About the affiliate program Backpack introduced (Thanks everyone for the signups already!)

9. Share in my joy: The nice feeling of an empty Inbox. Maybe I should make a desktop wallpaper of the picture?

8. How to use shoeboes with GTD: Or how to be creative on a very strange level...

7. The difference between GTD at home and at work: Thoughts on how I implement GTD in my personal life and some of the questions that arise with it

6. Simple Outlook hack may save your day in the future: How changing the subjectline reduces your stresslevel on loosing email

5. 8 Steps to a succesfull and empty Inbox after your vacation: Read it, live it, love it. They work. Period.

4. The connection between GTD and Tai Chi: Two concepts with a very similar background. "Have as little form as possible to fully understand the principle"

3. My mind is playing tricks on me: Learning to envision ideas on the right time.

2. Mindmapping eBook?: Doubts on a PDF about mindmapping

And it shouldn't be any surprise what the number one most read post is on this blog

1. Backpack and GTD: Ofcourse, with all the publicity on Lifehacker and the Backpack weblog, this article gets a lot of traffic. I am glad it helps others to move forward into using GTD or Backpack.

So there you have it, the top 10 of most read blogposts. Since I don't use Mint since the start of this blog, there are some articles who get less traffic, but are still worth reading.

Noteworthy mentions

(photo courtesy of Todd Klassy)

Your links for items 4,3,2,1 are a bit mixed up (duplicate). Just a heads up.
chrispian (Email) (URL) - 12 01 06 - 02:50

Whoops, thanks for the check! Fixed it now!
Frank Meeuwsen (Email) - 12 01 06 - 08:06

Thanks for spotlighting these 10. Found 1 I had missed. I really like the weathered #10 image at the top!

Typo here: let us continu
Should be continue
Terry Porter (Email) (URL) - 12 01 06 - 16:21

Terry, you should check out the other pics Todd Klassy makes. Excellent! Which article did you miss? And thanks for the typo-spotting
Frank (Email) (URL) - 12 01 06 - 23:40



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This is an article which is part of my weblog "What's the Next Action". It deals with everything GTD and the five phases of projectplanning as written by Dave Allen in his book "Getting Things Done".

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