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TesTeq

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GTD helps me finish stuff.
Yes, I totally agree. The most recent project that I've finished using GTD was my first music video clip. I had to learn basics of Logic Pro X music production, Keynote animations, my basement stage design ;-), the art of disguise and choreography etc. The result is shocking but I like it! Unfortunately I wrote the humorous song lyrics in Polish. It's about love and big constructions of socialism:
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ERJ1

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Yes, I totally agree. The most recent project that I've finished using GTD was my first music video clip. I had to learn basics of Logic Pro X music production, Keynote animations, my basement stage design ;-), the art of disguise and choreography etc. The result is shocking but I like it! Unfortunately I wrote the humorous song lyrics in Polish. It's about love and big constructions of socialism:
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Well, I may not speak Polish but this piece of art transcends all language barriers. Beautiful <3
 

mcogilvie

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Yes, I totally agree. The most recent project that I've finished using GTD was my first music video clip. I had to learn basics of Logic Pro X music production, Keynote animations, my basement stage design ;-), the art of disguise and choreography etc. The result is shocking but I like it! Unfortunately I wrote the humorous song lyrics in Polish. It's about love and big constructions of socialism
Oh girl, oh my one and only? That certainly speaks to love, but what about socialism? ;)
 

TesTeq

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Oh girl, oh my one and only? That certainly speaks to love, but what about socialism? ;)
Nearly every stanza begins with "Oh girl, oh my one and only", then describes some state of the relationship, and ends with the name of some big construction project in Poland (HUTA KATOWICE etc.). I wrote the first half of the song in 1981 (the communists era), the second half in 2020 (the populists era). The last verse sums it up: "Nothing repeats in life, but it rhymes!".
 

Gardener

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I think that there is no need to add computer games to GTE. Games are a fun pastime and by and large, they don't develop you.
I don't think that everything in one's GTD system needs to develop you. If one's enjoyment of computer games is somehow enhanced by putting related actions into GTD--saving for an upgrade, remembering to sign up for something as soon as it opens, organizing an online raiding party, whatever--no reason why not.

(And I say that as someone who has failed to enjoy computer games. I'd like to--I see the sort of meditative-adrenaline value they have for some people. Not me.)
 
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