The LTP Method v0.1
LTP stands for Log, Tag, Plan and it’s a method for quickly :
Logging the open tabs taking up space in my mind by downloading them into my paper planner.
Tagging them in terms of their importance, urgency and required energy.
Planning when, where or how the open tabs will be ‘closed’.
I embraced the key concepts from David Allen's GTD method, specifically, easing the mental burden of "open loops" by downloading them and planning how to close them. However, my main aim was to create a method that was stupidly simple to use.
Check out this related blog post:
Find the GTD Method too Complex? Try this Simplified Approach Instead.
The LTP Method is based on the humble to do list, but it’s more actionable and keeps you accountable by including columns for tagging, prioritizing, planning action and more.
Print on to A5/Personal size paper. Alternatively, print the 'cropmarks' version on to A4 / US Letter size paper then trim to size using the cropmarks.
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|Sizes Available:||A5 / Personal|
|A5:||148mm x 210mm|
|Personal:||95mm x 171mm|
|Margin for hole punch:||One side|
|Format:||Cover Page + 12 Inbox Pages + 10 Brain Dump Pages|
|Compatible with:||Any A5/Personal size planner, organiser, folder, disk bound cover or ring binder|
|Supplied as:||PDF files for you to download and print|