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judging from your post archive this may be a bit passe but I like your various GTD clips and I'm simply wondering if you could share some perhaps retrospective reflections on GTD and why you still do or don't use GTD anymore. Has it been replaced? Have you perhaps totally integrated it so it's now second nature? Maybe you just found it wasn't doable in the long run (why?). Maybe the overworked 2010 has something to do with it?
All best for 2011!
January 17, 2011 at 06:54 PM
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