Sitting outside between the 1st and 2nd holes of the Canal Shore Golf Course in Evanston, Illinois, listening to Gregory Alan Isakov being gorgeous opening for Patti Smith. Now, this may be an exceptionally good example, but godDAMNit after all the pandemic time (not even over of course) just hearing some live music is **SO** good. Like being back in bed with an old lover you’ve been apart from for a long time. For too long
(please don’t @ me with examples of weird apes to try to prove me wrong)
GTD and every other “productivity methodology” in order to sell you on the idea that organizing your todo list will somehow make you more effective, has to make it seem plausible that the reason you procrastinate and don’t get more done is that you are confused as to what you should be doing.
But I don’t think that’s it at all. I’m sure most of the time, if you asked me what’s the most important thing I should be working on right now, I could tell you. At all times, I could easily at least come up with *an* important thing I *could* be doing, even if there’s some doubt as to it being the single most important one. At any rate, the point is that I’m not confused. I just don’t want to do it.