I wonder if I am just nuts of if others have had this mania: I read the GTD book as I have previously mentioned and have been working to implement it in my personal life before a major job change. My thinking is that if I get this stuff right NOW, I will be more efficient and productive LATER. However, I am finding that one can get into quite a fix implementing GTD depending on how far one allows oneself to dive. There are macro- (Allen’s book) and micro- (Lifehacker) approaches and as I start trying to work at one level, typically the macro level, I still slip down and spend lots and lots of time at the micro level. I end up asking myself if the time and energy spent in trying to save time and energy isn’t governed by the law of diminishing returns…I feel like I have been a gtdnazi to myself for the last month or so and need to lay off it a bit.
Anyone else out there get GTD burn out?