11 June 2006

GTD® on MindManager Template

My GTD® on MindManager template is now available for download as a zip file. Update: Please follow this link to the most recent version.

All feedback most welcomed.

For more information on Getting Things Done ® visit the website of the David Allen Company, read his books and attend his seminars.

There were problems with the file download earlier, but it now seems to be solved. If not please leave a comment. Many thanks in advance.

GTD on MindManager screenshot


At 6/20/2006 09:06:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I think your mindmap looks great but I am not sure how you practically use it. If you create a task under the project how does that then become a task in the context - do you just drag it over? I was using mindmanager for a while for gtd but started using agenda fusion/outlook because of the lack of mobile version (work in a sixth form college therefore moving around). I tended to use the text notes for developing project details but I like they way you link projects to long term objectives.

Mark Jenkins

At 6/20/2006 12:01:00 pm, Blogger Pascal Venier said...

Thank you for you comments, Mark.
I shall write a separate post to answer your question.
I wondered what you mean by "the lack of mobile version" for MindManager.
Are you using a tablet PC?
If so I think that the following link: Mindjet MindManager for Tablet PC should be of interest.
By the way, what are you teaching?

At 7/07/2006 01:16:00 am, Blogger Dave Boyd said...


I have a 404 when I try to get your template.

Dave Boyd

At 7/07/2006 01:36:00 am, Blogger Pascal Venier said...

Dear Dave,

Sorry about this and thanks for your interest in the template.

I am currently in the process of transfering my personal website (http://www.pascalvenier.com), where the file is stored, to website to a different to a different webhosting provider, Bluehost

Please do contact me at pascal.venier [at] gmail.com and I shall send you a copy of the file.

At 1/17/2007 05:35:00 am, Blogger Kidney Notes said...

For your interest: I recently posted a mindmap / flowchart (created with MindManager) of the GTD system here.


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