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  1. psychowoof
    June 4, 2006

    And I’m sure you’ve seen what happens when GTD meets the madness of J. DiMauro (a.k.a. Jazzmasterson, a.k.a. Steele’s brother-in-law).

    Some day, I’ll find the time to look through GTD and see what I can gank from it to help w/my organizational structure. However, I generally fear organizational help books because of my tendency to go OC (obsessive-compulsive) after reading them. Much of my organizational neglect is actually a self-medicating attempt to keep the OCD at bay. I’m sure there must be a healthier way, because the OC binges really hurt when they hit.

  2. Jenn
    June 5, 2006

    The really sad thing about this is I’ve had the book for more than a year and still have not finished it. Bill, who was rather negative about it, as he says, finally decided to read it after hearing about it on several blogs (including he who is listed above). So Bill borrowed the book and finished it before I got more than 1/3 of the way through. And now he is using/applying it and I still have not finished. I’m not sure what that says about me “Getting things done.” Although I will say that the only time I have had to read it was during some of my well deserved breaks and I was afraid it would send me into organization overdrive and ruin an otherwise rare lazy day. That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!

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