GTD Systems Not Goals

GTD: Systems Not Goals

Sometimes we get lost in the details and can’t tell the tree for the woods. Focusing on the system instead of the goal can help make the big picture a matter of when not how. This could remove a common barrier that plagues most people. James Clear gives a good piece where he points out how this tactic can work and what the different pieces are to get it done. One clear thing to know is the difference between goals and systems:
  • If you’re a coach, your goal is to win a championship. Your system is what your team does at practice each day.
  • If you’re a writer, your goal is to write a book. Your system is the writing schedule that you follow each week.
  • If you’re a runner, your goal is to run a marathon. Your system is your training schedule for the month.
  • If you’re an entrepreneur, your goal is to build a million dollar business. Your system is your sales and marketing process.

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead. | James Clear

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