↬ Your work’s output is someone else’s input

We can GTDize our life all we want and Zero our Inbox like a pro, but we must remember that these methods/philosophies/lifehacks rely on the concept of actions that we will subsequently compile into lists and (hopefully) execute.

That’s good.

But go one step further : Your work’s output is bound to become someone else’s input. Your research paper on X can either become a reference for A, a basis for periodic reevaluation for B or a model for C. The data you compiled for this year’s financial statement may very well be useful for someone who wants wo aggregate all the departments together.

How can we execute on this? By taking cues from the scientific work ethic.