When To Schedule NA's? And, when NOT to Schedule NA's?
As I understand it, nothing goes on the calendar than doesn't absolutely have to get done on that day at that time. Actions are to be chosen from NA lists during non-scheduled daily time.
So, if I have 10 projects with long terms deadlines, how do I ensure that a NA gets done to move the project along before I get too far behind? How can I keep the project moving forward at a minimally acceptable pace?
I can't schedule it for Tuesday, because it could just as easily be done Wednesday or Thursday. But if I don't schedule it, how will it ever get done in a reasonable amount of time? I can anticipate a couple of practices to this problem, but am eager to hear how other people address this same issue.
Thank you, very much.
Daily Review + 3 MITs for each day.
A Daily Review (at the end of the previous day) to determine 3 MITs (Most Important Tasks) for the next day.
David Allen has nothing against this extension of the GTD methodology (There's nothing wrong with daily MIT list!).