I have read that GTD is making great inroads into helping ADD people have a more meaningful life. GTD is a tool that can give so many people hope.
With all the broken agreements, incompletes, and open loops that are the norm in our fast-paced world, it's no surprise that mental illness is on the rise.
Since Next-Action decision making produces Clarity, Accountability, Productivity, and Empowerment, it seems that this way of life would be an antidote preventing the slide into mental illness.
Do you have a story about how GTD has pulled you, or someone you know, out of the clutches of depression or another form of mental illness?
I know that depression is still "taboo" talk in many circles, especially if it is from personal knowledge.
Can you envision a future where GTD is the drug of choice instead of Paxil, Prozac, or Lexipro?