An excellent article from Behance which covers an adjustment to the GTD system to accommodate for creativity. This approach directly addresses the constant conflict we all face in marketing, design and development positions: how to balance the day to day tasks of your job with the more deep focus work that make up the majority of your responsibilities.
Creative work, however, is a subtle affair. If your mind is not in the exact right state, it’s difficult to produce high-quality results. Because of this, details matter. This is what’s important about GCTD, not the general idea of blocking out time, but the carefully-calibrated details that accompany it: the blocks are treated like real appointments and are dedicated to only one (or, at most, two) projects in a week; absolutely zero interruptions are allowed during the blocks; and the focus is on process, not goals.
Read the full article at the99percent.com