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Life Hog

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And then what ? I thought. And then more, always more for life-hogs to learn. To learn, to practice, to give back to other life-hogs, to remind them we’re not alone.

– Richard Bach, The Bridge Across Forever, Chapter forty five, Pg 356-357.
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Written by Mandar Vaze

February 23, 2008 at 5:30 am

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Richard Bach and UTC

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I was recently reading The Bridge across forever , possibly third time in last few years. I was not aware of the whole GTD concept when I had read this book last time around. In his book, Bach mentions his habit of writing down his notes. He always has a notepad and pen handy. He used it to jot down his thoughts, notes to self. He always had notebook near his bedside table, to note down his out of body experiences, or experiences related to lucid dreaming.

This is very similar to the UTC mentioned in GTD. Richard doesn’t talk about rest of the GTD, but I have a feeling that person like him, who has accomplished a lot, must be following something similar to GTD.

Written by Mandar Vaze

December 22, 2007 at 5:26 am

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