I'm always delighted when ideas from different sources converge on me at the same time.
I've just finished reading Tom Peter's "Project04: Snapshot of excellence in Unstable Times." (Although concise, it's classic Peters. Very readable and an absolute joy just to look at something that doesn't look like a typical business book. It's only $10 and only on his website www.TomPeters.com)
Number 19 of his 60 "This I Believe!" is "Action... ALWAYS... takes precedence"
Although I keep getting bogged down on trying to fine tune my GTD system, every once in a while it's good to get knocked up along side the head with the fact that I REALLY NEED TO GET STUFF DONE! Sure, it's much more fun to tweak Outlook and my Palm to do just what I want it to - I'm better off with a system that takes me 90% of the way and allows me to get a lot done.
Number 53 on his list is "Change takes however long you think it takes." I guess I better get off line and get something done...
Anybody else read anything lately that reinforces GTD??