New Habits, Archives and Mindmaps
I'm almost ready to use the "GTD" system, but have one small critical question, answer on which I didn't find in the book.
1. Mr. Allen writes that to ensure 100% effectiveness of the system, one has to apply it to one's whole life - and the result will be the empty head. But what about the lowest level of activities, especially some minor things that must be done regularly and often (every day, every 2 days)? I don't forget to sleep, of course, and almost don't forget to eat and other physiological things. But if I want to add a new habit? Say "run 2 kms every morning". Have I to put this item into every day of my calendar? Or make a separate "Frequent Actions" list? This habit may not be taking very much time, but it must be practised constantly. And I don't want to remember about it when I don't need to.
Other questions are not crucial, but interesting to me as well.
2. How many people archive their actions? According to projects - mostly you have to archive stages of them. But elementary actions? How to implement a diary here?
3. I saw that Mr. Allen referred to mindmaps by Tony Busan. Are there any mindmap for "GTD" itself? It will be very good to see one. I made one by myself, but for now it is in Russian only. If somebody'd like, I'll translate it "back" to English and give a link.
With best regards.