I AM A CASE STUDY in GTD failure so when an internet wizard shared some thoughts about what lies ahead in the next generation of anti-procrastination toolkits, I'm all ears. I know I need a major course of operant conditioning to combat my time-worn procrastination habits. I've seen a way that I might make a breakthrough and it involves linking my GTD system with time suggestions. I'm trying to back into the process by informing Evernote of when I finish things and then using that listing to suggest a schedule of when I should try to complete similar tasks. In the world of GTD 2.0, some app or resident laptop process would kick out a workflow with GTD time suggestions. Tie that time-based workflow to location task tracking and you have the next generation of GTD. The only problem with this kind of system is that I know the free version would come with targeted advertisements and just the mere distraction of those highly relevant ads would erode my performance. But for now, I'm back to using a tick-off list and a small set of alerts on my Nokia E7. I reckon I'm three years away from using an autodidactic GTD system that is truly tailored to my wandering thoughts.