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  • I guess it depends on whether you've fallen off track for a little while or a long while (I've done both). If you think a lot of the next actions, projects, someday/maybes, etc. in your lists are still valid, I'd suggest hunkering down for an extra-long weekly review to get current. If it's more severe...
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  • Actually I find myself falling off the GTD wagon every once in a while -- in fact, sometimes life requires it -- but I have no problem hopping back on when I get the opportunity. Just this last weekend I was unable to do my weekly review, but I am still benefiting from my overall GTD practice....
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  • That's like asking "what's the best color?" There is no definitive answer. It's entirely subjective. There are many tools that will suffice for GTD. The key success factor will be your diligence in applying the processes. There is no app that will provide a shortcut to that....
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  • The advantage of having a complete and current list of your commitments with yourself and others is that it's easier to assess whether work that shows up in the moment should take precedence or take a back seat to pre-defined actions....
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