I guess it depends on what you mean by hacked. GTD is a series of principles and thought patterns and not a system. I think everyone has to find their own implementation and that it is always adapted to their work, how they think and the tools they like to use.
Originally Posted by bcmyers2112
So if you change the contexts to suit yourself is that hacked? Or just natural adaptation of GTD principles?
My closest to hacked would be the fact that projects for me can span a much longer timeframe than a single year. Many cases single projects have actions that can only be completed in sequence and at certain times of the year so the entire project may take several years, or decades to complete. But that is the nature of farming. So does that make it hacked or again, using GTD principles in a different field?
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