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5 Ways GTDhjelper deg å nå dine mål

Jeg har nevnt at I'ma GTDmisbruker på dette nettstedet før (Min GTDimplementering Beginner's GTDGuide,Mind som vann),men jeg vil snakke om hvorfor det er et godt verktøy for å oppnå målene dine.
Nå,hvis du prøver å oppnå mål,trenger du ikke å gjennomføre GTD... mange har gjort det helt fint uten den,[...]

Jeg har nevnt at I'ma GTD stoffmisbruker på dette nettstedet før ( My GTDImplementation , Beginner’s GTDGuide , Mind Like Water ),but I’d like to talk about why it’s a good tool for achieving your goals.

Now,if you’re trying to achieve goals,you gjøren’t behovto implement GTD… many have gjørene just fine without it,of course. But every advantage that you can get will help,and GTDis just one tool that can help give you an advantage.

Slik gjør du det:

  1. GTDbreaks your goals gjørewn to the next-action level. Many people have big goals,but they gjøren’t take it to the action level. GTDmandates that you select a next action for each project (and I consider each goal a project; although sub-goals could also be projects). This makes it myemer sannsynlig at du faktisk gjøre noe for ytterligere mål.
  2. GTDhelps you track your goals effectively. While you are not required to list your goals to start out GTD,it is encouraged once you get past the “runway” level and start looking at more elevated levels of life. But,in my case,I’d already started setting my goals,so they fit nicely in the GTDsystem as projects. And,if you’re gjøreing GTDright,with a weekly review,then you review your projects — and thus your goals — on a weekly basis,and ensure that there’s a next action for each goal in one of your context action lists.
  3. GTDhelps you put your goal next actions in the proper context. There are some goal actions that you can only take in a certain place — say,at home,or at work,or on the road. Ifmålet handlinger are all on one list,or all together with all the other stuff you have to gjøre on a Master List,then you’ll have to constantly evaluate whether you can actually gjøre each action,all the time. GTDsorts this out — only the actions you can gjøre at work are on your @work context list,etc. It simplifies things and makes it more likely that you’ll actually get the stuff gjørene.
  4. GTDclears up time for you to gjøremålet handlinger. OK,this is not a guarantee. Doing GTDgjøreesn’t ensure that you’ll actually get stuff gjørene … but it gjørees make it more likely,once you begin to master the system (and not continually tweak it). And it can help you clear away the smaller things so that when you want to work onmålet handlinger,you have the time.
  5. GTDlets you focus on your goals. One of the problems in our daily lives is that we’re distracted by all the things we have to gjøre — not just the stuff we’re actually gjøreing,but even the stuff we’re not gjøreing. GTDhelps you clear away the distractions,putting them in a trusted system,so that you can clear your head to focus on what it is you really want or behovto gjøre (admittedly,even with GTD,this is not easily accomplished). If that happens to bemålet handlinger,then you can really focus on them. And focus is what really makes goals happen (and anything else for that matter).

Let me just conclude by saying that GTDis no magic wand that will make your goals come true. No such thing exists,of course. GTDis just a tool,but it is a very useful tool,and I highly recommend it for anyone trying to make dreams a reality.

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