10% Nozbe discount for GTDWizard readers

Michael Sliwinski (Head Honcho @Nozbe) has kindly come up with a great offer for anyone looking to renew Nozbe or try it out with the 60 day full refund guarantee.

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You, as well as anyone visiting this blog can also renew early manually or sign up for a yearly plan with special promo code GTDWIZARD (claim it during the checkout process) and we’ll throw you off 10% more off the yearly plan. The yearly plan already gives you 3 months free, with this code you get 4 months free of Nozbe if you prepay and you’re still covered by our no-questions-asked 60 day money back guarantee.

Nozbe could corner the market very soon with it’s dedicated Web, Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad and Android apps (once they are completed), Wunderlist may offer the same spread of applications but without tags and contexts it’s viewed as too simplistic for GTD users.

So, thanks Michael. I look forward  to taking  a look at the finished PC & Mac applications!

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  • Mario Thron

    is this promo code still valid?

    • Hi Mario,
      you can use this link http://nozbe.com/a-productivewizard

      and this code at check out for the discount.

      productivewizard

      • Mario Thron

        Hello Marcus – thank you very much for your lightning fast reply – one question (after having read your book ;-)) – what do you do with tasks, where you are waiting for somebody else to answer, to do something,…. – Do you have a project for this, a categorie…. – THANK you in advane – best regards from Austria

        • If there are a small number of people (like a small team) I use a category for each person, I then also have a ‘waiting for’ category that I assign to a task I am waiting for someone to complete.
          example – Simon to review process on xyz – Would have the categories ‘Simon’ & ‘Waiting For’.
          My project would be either be a project the task is associated with or a more general Work General
          Makes it easy to view by category (Waiting For) and also filter by Person if needed also.

          • Mario Thron

            Thank you very much for your detailed answer, Marcus!!!!