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Going intentional, with an software like rescuetime, where everything you do on your computer and phone is logged and categorized into "productive" and "unproductive" activities. You can't lie to yourself anymore.
Concentration - focus on one thing at a time so as to do each task better and faster.
Relocation - Relocate to a place closer to places you frequent or a small town. Activity Allocation - Schedule rigid times for every activity of your day. Manipulation - Manipulate people to achieve your goals more quickly. Enslavement - Enslave the human race to maximize your work output.
What kind of family? If your children/spouse, you should make the time to spend with them. If siblings or parents or cousins of something, you can explain that you'd like to block out X time to do Y. And you'll spend time with them the next night, on the weekend, etc. Or see if you can to them together. Watching TV doesn't have to be alone.
You can view the urgency zones as contexts. You can then setup your system in org mode using the contexts Critical Now, Opportunity Now, and Over-the-Horizon. Everything works the same as in GTD, except that you use the contexts in a different way.
Using the Kanban method can simply be a way to further organize your GTD workflow. I personally use KanbanFlow and really like it. It gives you a lot of options and flexibility for organising your workflow. It also has built in Pomodoros which I also recommend trying. I think it's best to consider all of the available options and settle on a system that ...
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