Why I do GTD

In response to last month’s David Allen article, Turning Inside Out, GTD fan and musician Don Richmond shared:

This underlying philosophy, or reason for the existence of GTD, is what turned me on to it in the first place. I don’t really need to do more things—I do too much already. But I do need to be able to do what I do without it grinding me to hamburger, so I can have space to be, to breathe, to live, to write songs, to experience the wonder of being alive. And GTD is helping me to work toward that—slowly, slowly! Lots of room for improvement, but I’m getting there. Thank you all for your work! –Don


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