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Allen's GTD mentally prepared us on conquering tasks. Scott's gives us the walkable guide by guide to actrually do it including overcoming emotional hurdle ( fear, roadblocks, etc) . Btw, I personally don't follow Allen;s GTD system as I found just by following it it is a job.
Scott's method is easy to maintain and track.
Another thing I like it about Scott's is that its updated on today's technology such as evernote, which I used for long time to "drop fresh ideas." However, Scott also has a realistic approach on using technology (he admits pen and paper are still better in many GTD tasks, which I totally agree).
Now I can throw my list of 35 things to do away and start with my first priority. Halaluja!!!
S.J. Scott also shares links and references to other organizatioal "experts" and systems that have proven themselves for those willing to do the work.
I enjoyed reading this book and smiled to know I already have some of these systems in place.
A refresher is always welcome and motivating.
I am using Evernote more fully but I am making my weekly list on paper still so I can see the big picture. It's definitely a work in process so I appreciate how quickly I can read books on my Kindle app; I plan to re-read this book several times this year to ensure that my new habits really stick.