The reader can use either one of the two links below to center himself again i.e. either go to the index page or the main page of Markus Gattol's to-the-net-published PIM (Personal Information Manager) system data.
Pick the first one to start at the very beginning. This one explains what the schedule is, how to read it i.e. a description of certain symbols etc., why it is so valuable to Markus and how it works. Pick the second one if you already know about the PIM (Personal Information Manager) system Markus uses and how he uses it to manage his schedule. You should know all the different symbols and icons and what they determine in order to be able to understand the information below. If you have problems to understand it, then pick the first link, take your time to read and then come back.
The sections below match the GTD (Getting Things Done) planning major model. There are three special sections — Index of Note Headlines, Notes and Tasks contain data that is generated from the PIM (Personal Information Manager) system. Index of Note Headlines is not part of the planning major model but just in place to provide an index for Notes which matches the Brainstorming part of the planning major model. The Tasks section matches the Identifying next Actions phase of the planning major model.
GTD (Getting Things Done), tasks and notes are organized and scheduled for processing. The overall purpose of this page is to help me keep track and organize all information that comes in (in terms of GTD) so I am aware of all things at all times and thus avoid loosing overview. Furthermore, it allows me to make strategic decisions based on the organized business information (simply because I use GTD) which is of great value to myself and all the business decisions/relations that I am involved with.