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I don't think you know what your goals are - I don't say this with disrespect, but rather to help you. What are your goals. S.M.A.R.T. goals? Objective: physical wellness Goals: x minutes running, y calories taken These goals and systems are just part of the physical wellness. Physical wellness can't be achieved, it's not like you say "I ran x minutes, ...
Goals and Systems are just constructs to help you identify what you want to aim for, and steps to take to get there. Your question on whether you should work on systems or goals is a very personal one. It sounds like you are having difficulty at breaking longer term goals down into bite size chunks. Financial Independence can be a very long term goal. ...
http://zenhabits.net/zen-to-done-ztd-the-ultimate-simple-productivity-system/ lists a lot of issues and how the author solved it. The problems the article identifies are that: GTD involves changing too many habits at once. GTD doesn’t focus enough on doing. GTD is too unstructured for many people. GTD tries to do too much, which ends up stressing you out. ...
One main goal of GTD is to get to the point where you trust your capture system, and trust that something hasn't fallen through the cracks. Otherwise, you're using your "mental RAM" to capture the stuff (poorly) and the benefits of GTD largely go away. A criticism of GTD is that getting to this point can take a relatively long time. Another criticism is ...
Here are two other detailed implementations of GTD in Onenote: The blogpost from Tuts+ outlining the system detailed in the video A blogpost from Reason for Success describing another implementation If you want to combine this with Outlook, then this post is a good starting point: GTD with Outlook 2010 and Onenote 2010
Maybe this will be handy How to Use OneNote to Get Things Done from Tuts+. It's quit simple introduction but gives overall direction and overview of unique features for One Note. To be fair I haven't successfully implemented GTD in One Note.
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