One trending topic in the last years is time management. How to get better at it, what to do in order to be more efficient and what it really means. Few people take a minute to ask themselves a simple question: why should I manage my time better?
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If you’re a GTD fan or aspiring productivity enthusiast, I hope that title felt like a jab in the ribs. It should. Here’s why: So long as you’re actually seeking imbalance to achieve your goals, GTD (or any set of productivity tools) will never work for you. Seriously. Not ever.
You might enjoy days or weeks of respite from your mounting stress, only to experience some recurring strain to your system, manifesting as a problem in your health, family, social life, or some other “non-productive” though essential part of who you are.
Work has been a part of human’s life and so is stress. For as long as there is work, there is going to be stress intertwined with it. The underlying goal of work is productivity. In the workplace setting, your ability to deliver efficiently determines your productive output. Between efficiency and productivity is you – either you’re able to bridge the two or become the source of a disconnect.