This method has many strengths, such as:
• Reliability: It ensures you get all your tasks done, and if you frequently miss appointments, it can be a big help.
• Comprehensive organization: It gives you a single organizational system for all your projects. That way, you’re less likely to lose focus.
• It helps you get things done on time: GTD keeps you from getting overwhelmed as it’s divided into steps and breaks down large projects into smaller subtasks.
• Clear structure: The method’s many lists and guiding questions ensure you use your free time efficiently and avoid randomly jumping back and forth between tasks.
• Freedom: It doesn’t dictate a specific schedule; you decide which task to do next.
Source: "Getting Things Done: a productivity system for all areas of life" on ionos.com, 2019
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