You might know Steve because he is very active in the Getting Things Done forums. He was kind enough to tell us about how he got started with GTD, and how it has made a difference in his life. You can read Steve's story here. My favorite part is his advice to anyone starting out with GTD. "Remember that doing GTD is for you. You aren’t being graded on it, and you aren’t being compared to others. Your GTD practice is personal -- it is you working on you being a better human being. It is not an event, but a journey that will take time. The pay-off will be a better you."