Probably is a farming mind. I grew up on a farm, dealing with seasonal things then got jobs in a high tech world, where you measured things in terms of nanoseconds. Now that I'm back farming I find it much more relaxing.
Originally Posted by Gardener
Very few of my projects finish in a month. I do tend to think in terms of years for most of them. And yes, even lifetime projects are not a big deal, I just try not to have too many of those at one time.
My biggest initial frustration with GTD was trying to fit my life into the timeframes suggested in the various books. When I let go of the timeframes and just focused on the behaviors, clearly defined projects, clear next actions, context based and complete capture I finally made progress in my GTD practice.
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