I don't believe a single implementation is most effective for all individuals. Nor did I ever say that. But for a given individual, some implementations can be much more effective than others.kewms said:I seriously question whether a single "most effective" GTD implementation exists. There is simply too much variation in work requirements, work environments, and individual work styles.
Do you honestly think that this is a fair and accurate summary of what I said?kewms said:But it does get rather tedious to be told over and over (and over and over) again that all of our organizing challenges would be solved if we would only select the right tools and take the time to learn to use them properly, and that those of us who shun the One True Way are rigid, out of touch with reality, and doomed to obsolescence and unemployment.
I have read over and over (and over and over) how bad PDAs are and how great paper is. I have not told the paper enthusiasts that their posts are tedious.