I have the audiobook and the GTD book. I have been enjoying listening to the audiobook today and over the weekend.
I live in the UK and I am in my mid-thirties. I am very well-qualified, with good IT qualifications, fluent foreign language skills and a good academic background including a business degree. But I am disappointed to be single and in a dead end job.
I think that bad organisation is at the heart of the differential between where I would like to be in life and where I am. I find it difficult to date effectively, to find better paid employment effectively and - most worryingly at the moment - to pay my taxes on time.
My organisation gets as far as putting receipts in piles and occasionally into envelopes. I do this probably every two months. The rest of the time I let stuff build up around my room.
I think that this book can help me dig myself out of my situation but in my experience I could do with a bit of social interaction to help drag me away from my unfortunate personal habits.
Perhaps I might get lucky with my internet dating and find an organised wife to sweep away the bad habits. But in reality I think I will be best served by meeting other GTD advocates.
Can anyone suggest me where to go next?