Professor of microbiology and infectious diseases
I am always befuddled why you, Folke, want to make something so straight-forward and simple into a complex, psychological argument. I do not mean that in a mean-spirited manner at all. I really am confused by your constant dissecting of what David says and how it may or may not be in the 2001 book. Why does this matter? You constantly agitate about whether something can be done in one's practice and still be called GTD. Again, why does this matter to you? A number of us have provided evidence from senior GTD coaches and yes, David Allen himself that these "things" are fine and do not move you into a non-GTD, blasphemous context. So one more time - why does this matter to you?