Josiah Ronco is a touring guitar technician who also has two other careers, repairing guitars and managing real estate. He uses OmniFocus as a list manager, Evernote for reference, and the Mac OS calendar for managing date-specific and time-specific information. His advice for those new to GTD? Read and reread Getting Things Done, and do the weekly review. We range around various GTD topics, and you'll also get to meet his dog. Near the end of the interview he goes into fascinating detail on the logistics of touring with the band. If you've ever wondered how a band can do four shows in four cities on four consecutive days, you're about to find out.
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