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I just discovered that one of the better curators is also a manual list maker. That is - not using the online tools to make to do lists, but writing it out on paper.
I found that doing too much of my work online line - with hands on the keyboard and eyes on the monitor gets me into a distracted space. But, when I write down a list or the bullet points as this method points out. I'm all of sudden more focused!
In the beginning there was paper. In between the to do list systems and GTD platforms, there was paper. All the productive people I meet have a strong affinity with paper lists and systems, even if they play fast and loose on occasion with Evernote et al.
Could this chap have the answer? Well, I will give it a try, why don't you too. We have nothing to lose but the chaos.