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  • http://blog.momekh.com/ Momekh

    Very well said. I have only recently dabbled into GTD and am loving it so far. By “loving” I mean it is taking longer than expected, but I can see immediate benefits. A lot of people I read online think GTD is about filing systems and buying the equipment etc: at its core lies a few basic, common-sensical principles that just need to be followed… thanks for a wonderful reminder. :)

    • http://www.degconsulting.net/ Daniel Gold

      Thank you, @bd75a854f4822e5faae0f7ef7a4284ce:disqus! I appreciate the kind remarks. It’s a wonderful process, but always remember … it’s about the *process* and not all the cool tools out there! Cheers!

  • CiaraConlon

    For me it starts with clearing the clutter, but I agree Daniel to truly be able to focus you need to implement positive habits and exercise is definitely one of them.

  • http://www.nateanglin.com/ Anwell Steve

    Amazing! Freeing yourself from distractions can be a challenge since you are prone with it everyday. But if you really stick to your principles of getting things done and make it a habit to focus on essential things, then you could probably become productive.

    • http://www.cloudproductivity.net/ Jeremy Roberts

      Absolutely! The ability to stay focused is so important!

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