For a long time, I considered GTD under the perspective of psychology -
similar to the new Chapter 14, but also according to other books discussed in this forum [e.g. "The now habit"].
Reading GTD under the perspective of philosophy with "virtue" as central concept...
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GTD is philosophyThe first time I read GTD in 2008.
Recently, I had the intuition, that it´s core is about habits.
The antic philosophers called good habits “virtue”.
Then I started to read the 2015 edition of GTD, beginning with the new chapters.
It was striking:
p. 299 “equanimity”...
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