Good work, Arif. And yep, this is easier to do when you pick a blog post you feel passionate about, and that you want to post or re-post in a better form.
A couple of minor comments:
Finally, here an official GTD instructor from David Allen Co lists 10 habits of that beginners take-on to adopt GTD, which would quite useful reading when first learning GTD.
=> This is still a pretty long sentence that you may want to shorten or cut in two. For instance: Finally, a list of 10 habits you should adopt when implementing GTD. This is a must read for beginners – by official GTD instructor David Allen.
It’s only when you find the pain so unbearable. That you can’t take it anymore will GTD seem like the elixir of life.
=> Broken sentences are fine, but each sentence should still be a “unit” of meaning. The broken sentences don’t quite work here. Try e.g.: Only when your pain becomes unbearable, will GTD become your elixir of life.
Well done for persisting even though you didn’t like the blog post!
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