Is it best to plan and write down ALL next actions for each project before you start?
Hi, I hope everyone is doing well. I have the book GTD and was hoping someone could give me a summary answer to my question and tell me what chapter David discusses the following. When there is a project that you want to do are you supposed to go over ALL the steps beforehand in your mind and write down all the next actions through to completion? Or are you only supposed to write down the next 2 or 3 next actions for each project?
I thought that thinking through ALL the steps before hand and then writing down ALL the next actions may help your mind get a more complete picture of what needs to be done and help you come up with solutions to future obstacles before hand. However, I thought I heard someone say that you should only write down the next two next actions.
Any clarification on this would be greatly appreciated.