When it comes down to it, getting things done is about spending either time or money (or both) and committing spend whichever of the two it is.
If I commit to spend money I can get rid of at least a third of what’s blocking up my productivity pipeline in an instant. At least, for the time being.
If I commit to spend time, really, the remaining two thirds of what is blocking my productivity vanish.
It seems easy: spend time and money to dispense with all organisational woes. Of course, it’s not that easy, and it’s the time factor that I find particularly unfathomable.