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A Getting Things Done Odyssey to stimulate GOE activity


Here's an interesting article to accompany and stimulate your GOE activity

When I first got my inbox to empty, it felt great, but I found myself speding so much time trying to keep it empty that I didn’t really get a lot of things done - I just pumped them into @context lists to make them disappear. This became like a game of “whack-a-mole.

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from alex3f

Paul Keith:
Link no longer works. Can anyone re-upload? Btw I don't get the image in relation to the quote.

At the same time, I don't get the image. Too many reference to lists just so the arrows could end up in a loop to clear mind. It's as if the artist thought GTD was all about a to-do list and not realize that GTD is precisely different because it isn't a to-do list.


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