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Hi Michele, Happy 2008! I've heard of GTD but haven't read it. Maybe that goes without saying? Did you know that Leo Babauta of Zen Habits wrote an ebook based on GTD called ZTD (Zen To Done) which I've considered downloading. Have you read it? If so, any thoughts? I like his blog and thought maybe I'd prefer his approach.

Oh, I forgot my question. What is meant by "iterate and re-factor mercilessly"?

Hi Robin--I didn't realize that there was an e-book on ZTD--I'll have to check that out as that philosophy is probably somewhat more compatible with my personality than the full GTD.

As for the "iterate and re-factor mercilessly," I THINK that it means that you should always be looking at the stuff that comes into your life as something that needs to be made actionable or gotten rid of so that you don't start to clutter things up again, particularly in your brain. But I could be wrong. :-) What did you think?

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