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Kim Landwehr
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Some great tips on how to make better decisions and when to make them 
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First thing first? Always.
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When I saw this article I thought of +Allison Sheridan and how she always says she doesn't listen to music.  When I took the test i was average for most things, what about you. 
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Oh geez. Now +Allison Sheridan is begging for sympathy because she has a syndrome. I know. Let's organize a fundraising concert to help spur research to find a cure.  Wait.
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Thanks for sharing this Kim... Really great article -- it is so important to know these undocumented features... 
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“There’s evidence that when projects are late and you add extra hands, they tend to be even later.”
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I know where your coming from. The idea is to be straight with people and inform them what you need and to convey the urgency of your request
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I have noticed over time that a lot of A type people tend to forget about #6 and B type people spend too much time in it (sometimes)
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I need more of #2 and #4
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Great article over at  Hakan Forss's Blog  http://hakanforss.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/are-you-too-busy-to-improve/ .  
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I have to admit I have trouble asking other's for help.  Not sure why pride perhaps, how about you.  How many of these do you have trouble doing 
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I'm the same, I have a hard time asking for help.  I'm also not great at visualizing success - I just hope I'll know it when I see it.  I'm OK at all the others
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For some people being productive is not the problem, the problem is finding balance in their lives.  
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Interesting article about how being organized doesn't necessary lead to discipline when it comes to GTD.  A lot of times I find that I am good creating task list, but not so good at doing the task. 
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+Kim Landwehr Thanks for sharing this article! While I don't agree with everything in the article, I can certainly agree that there are three distinct components to success with GTD:
A) Learning the functional components of the GTD methodology.
B) Developing the habits (automaticity) needed to make your productivity system (based on GTD methods) consistent and less work than maintaining it.
C) Learning your home and work skills. GTD cannot ever teach you how to do what you need to do, nor can it do it for you. That takes intrinsic motivation and hard work to learn and hone those skill sets.

Sadly "C" is not something GTD or David Allen has any ability to quick-fix away the challenges someone implementing GTD may face. You just need to learn to motivate (ergo, thought into action) yourself; of which, there are many strategies and tactics to achieve this. :-)  Thanks for getting the gears moving on this important facet of GTD!
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blogger and beginning podcaster
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Wakefield, Ma - Lousiville, KY - Seoul, South Korea - Basking Ridge, NJ - Flanders, NJ
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tech enthusiast, early adopter, lover of books, korean and Japanese food, anime, manga, sci-fi. Just plain curious about things in general
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I live in WV, but am a northeastern in spirit. I am a tinker and a dreamer. I am an optimist. I am a fan of the Red Soxs and Patriots and the NY Giants. I worked for 20+ years as a customer service  representative. Currently I write post for Geek News Central under KL Tech Muse and am poorer but much happier. 

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Hiked across the Grand Canyon,
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  • Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
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  • Ridge HIgh School
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i shop at Tower Food Fair every week. If you are looking for a basic grocery store then Tower Food Fair is for you. They don't do membership cards. They have everything you expect from a basic grocery store, but nothing more. They have good prices on most things, however my husband will tell you that they are not the cheapest place to buy everything. When they have a buy 5 for $5.00 unlike let's say Kroger you have to buy all five items to get the bargain. However when I go to Food Fair I just buy what I need and don't end of buying things I want but don't need. The new Food fair was just completed within the year, so it is fairly new and clean. It does have a deli section and a small meat counter. The people who work there are friendly and helpful.
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