Such good advice about using GTD to MAKE good habits. Any advice about how to BREAK bad ones? I can recognize the behaviors, the people, the circumstances which are sabotaging me, but I haven't been able to translate good GTD traits into avoidance. GTD is great for procrastination, but what about when I'm procrastinating over STOPPING an unhealthy habit? The regular posters to this Forum are brilliant, IMHO. I'm counting on you!
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