Thanks for this Tony Stubblebine –as someone who has essentially become fascinated with “productivity & intentionality” out of pure necessity (see Enneagram Type 7, haha), I am consistently intrigued with others’ approaches. Yours is one of the most refreshing I’ve come across in a while. A question, though:

What do you do with “automated tasks,” if you will? Those things that can’t possibly go forgotten? I, too, differentiate between *Projects* and *Tasks.* I wrote about my process here on Medium: https://medium.com/making-the-future/how-a-right-brain-professional-creative-uses-trello-to-stay-organized-and-productive-e1b76a4424d5. But, in short, I still struggle to feel great about those tasks: your approach resonates with me, yet I genuinely do not want to add a third piece into the mix, haha!

Anyways, thanks again!

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