Getting Back on the Wagon

wagonIt would be nice if productivity and efficiency practices were instant install, point, click, and forget applications; the type of thing you only have to do once to set on autopilot forever.  Unfortunately, the art of knowledge work requires ongoing diligent application of core concepts in order to keep the system functioning smoothly.  Alas, it is very easy to fall off the wagon and resume old habits.

A recent blog post on the GTD web site explores this problem and how to resolve it.

“The good news is that a few simple steps can help you start to make the behavior changes necessary to get back on the Path of GTD Mastery. Furthermore, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel or take drastic measures to get going. Here are five steps I have seen work time and again.”

Curious about the five steps?  Read about them by clicking here.

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