Sorry, but "quit your job" is about as un-helpful an idea as it gets. That would eliminate the need for GTD entirely, since I'd be living on the streets.
Also, "Visualize your leg in the woodchipper as an opportunity to spread your productivity further, spraying it all over the grass..." is cute, but wholly impractical.
There is no GTD'ing Autotask. And it's a feat of sheer Zen-mastery that I don't punch-out my monitors when using Autotask. What more do you want from me!!!??? lol
I agree, it is designed for the business manager, not the person who has to do the work. They're only diving deeper into it, so there's no other options.
I guess I should of been more specific in my question.
When faced with having to use a tool for work that completely breaks the GTD workflow, what's the best way to minimize the damage it does?
I will always continue working on improving my situation, and thank you for the responses, however goofy some of them sound when read on the screen.
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