Earn Your "Black Belt" in Productivity with Ready-Set-Do! 1.2

June 25, 2007 in Project Tracking (E)


Earn your black belt in productivity with Ready-Set-Do! 1.2. This latest update to the GTD(R)-oriented program for the mac now generates productivity reports that allow users to track their progress and graduate through various "belt levels" as they get better at getting things done.

It's one thing to have a program that helps get you better organized, but how about one that actually tells you the record number of items you've processed out of your Inbox in one sitting? the percentage of your projects you've clarified? the average number of weekly reviews you complete per month? the average number of daily reviews you complete per week?

Ready-Set-Do! users already report a dramatic increase in their use of the program. As one user puts it, "There's nothing like being able to see the number of items you're getting done on any given day. If it's the middle of the day and I've only completed four tasks, seeing that report motivates me to complete more before the end of the day."

New GTD-oriented programs for the mac come out every day. It's hard to say which one will rise to become the champion of GTD-productivity on the mac, but with Ready-Set-Do!'s new feature of coaching users toward the coveted 3rd Degree Black Belt of productivity, it's sure to emerge as a new contender.

The demo version of Ready-Set-Do! is available as a free download; the official version costs $19.95. Version 1.2 is free for those who already own an official copy of Ready-Set-Do!. For more information or to try the free trial of Ready-Set-Do! see the links below:


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