Students do more than class
A common thing people forget is that being a student is more than just going to class. Students must juggle a variety of demands on their time, and GTD helps accomplish this.
For example, most students are involved in some type of extracurricular activity. These usually entail responsibilities that can be managed with GTD. Maybe you have objectives to pursue as the president of a club. Perhaps you just need to buy snacks for an upcoming meeting. GTD will help with both of these!
Students are people too
On a similar note, students must perform the basic tasks required within society of all people. We need a place to live, must pay bills, maybe get a part-time job, etc.
Thus, if GTD works for non-students, why shouldn’t it help students too? There’s a certain base-line set of things that everyone has on their mind. The point of GTD is to get them off our minds, so we can focus on the task at hand and just crank widgets.
GTD can help everyone
The final point to make on this topic is that everyone can benefit from GTD. Whether your work takes you to the construction site, classroom, or office, GTD can streamline your life. That’s one beautiful part of the system!
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