Categories | Cognitive Science | Getting Things Done | Psychology of GTD
Have you ever wished that you could focus more, to achieve the goals that you’ve defined at your higher levels in the GTD Horizons of Focus? According to neuroscience research, your best leverage may be stress-reduction. Stress hormones tend to shut down the parts of your brain that handle goal-directed behavior.
Help your brain to focus on goals by stressing less. How? Get stuff out of your head into your GTD system. And review your commitments often enough that you can trust your choices in the moment.
Please feel free to post a comment about your experience with stress-reduction and achieving goals.