Thanks TesTeq. I agree that systematic pruning is a big help. But I really didn't learn much about pruning from GTD. The books don't spend much time on it. I learned a lot more about pruning from other sources. I've had to come up with my own ways of integrating pruning into my GTD workflow.
Originally Posted by TesTeq
There's nothing wrong with adapting GTD to my own needs. But given that David Allen acknowledges "the propensity for most people in our culture to seriously overcommit" (MIAW p. 123), I wish there were more material in the books that focus on this particular problem.
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