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The Zeigarnik Effect and GTD

One day in 1927 Bluma Zeigarnik, a Russian student of psychology at the University of Berlin, went along with several classmates and teachers to have dinner at a restaurant in town. When the waiter who served them took the order of all the diners with absolutely nothing to write in, as he did with the rest of the tables, she thought it was going to end badly. However, after a while the waiter served everyone exactly what they ordered.

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Why Do You Want to Practice GTD?

Undoubtedly, some people have a greater desire to be organized, to have everything under control. They are people who need to know how is the map on which they move, where they want to go and where they are at all times.

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Being Present

Being present means fully enjoying the moment that you are in. It is the moment when you are calm and you know exactly what you want. You are focused on what you’re doing without thinking about anything else. That’s when life is more real. For how long have you not been present, living the moment you’re in, feeling the now completely?

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Multiple To-Do Lists, a Medicine Against Stress

Do you have more things to do than you can get done? If you think so, most likely you suffer more stress in your life than you find desirable.

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Checklists, a very productive asset

Checklists are one of the most powerful—and forgotten—organizational tools in GTD. They help you complete tasks without making mistakes, since they contain a list of checkpoints that allow you to remember all the details of the job to be done.

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