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Learnings from the Getting Things Done method (after 2 years) ✅ + video + article

✅ This book had the biggest impact on my life until now:
Getting Things Done by David Allen

Today, I’m sharing the most important lessons after using the Getting Things Done method for two years.

Lessons from the book:
1 It inspires to define your vision
The book explains horizons to help you to define your life purpose as well your vision / plan for the next 3-5 years, 1-2 years, few months, now.
Having a clear vision helps you to really focus your efforts and only work on those things that are important for your long-term vision and ignore or do less of those other things

Evening routine

Work
Bike home from work
I bike home from work, occasionally I visit the nearby lake on the way back and stop for about 30 to 60 minutes to swim and relax.
Dinner
Healthy dinner. Ideally not later than 1 hour before sleeping time.
Work on my actions
I get rid of some more actions. I’ll chose based on priority and energy level. I usually review my action organizer too (Trello).

Morning routine

Wake up

I wake up now between 5:30 and 6:00. This gives me plenty of time to do my morning routine, have a healthy breakfast, do the most important tasks of the day (only one or two).

Wim Hof breathing exercise

Every morning the first step is to do the Wim Hof breathing exercise. I do 4 repetition of this. It helps me energize, gets more oxygen to the body, and also reminds me to pay attention to my posture throughout the day regardless if I’m walking, sitting in the office or driving. The correct posture helps with proper, deep breathing, which leads to a more relax body and mind and gives better focus. The breathing also helps to prepare for the cold show.