I searched the forum archives to see if this had come up, probably has, but I'm not seeing anything. My apologies if I'm asking something that has been repeatedly addressed.
I have 2 small businesses, one where we actually have a physical office I go to every day and where I spend the majority of my weekday time. Then we also have a smaller home-based business, and then of course thereís just the act of living and having a home, which creates a ton of stuff to process.
So, how do you guys handle weekly reviews in such an environment? Not everyone is going to have an at-work and an at-home business, but I'm guessing most people here have some kind of job or thing they do during the day outside of the house, and then you have where you live, so this situation does not appear all that unique to me.
I realized that in my prior attempts to practice GTD I was not giving sufficient attention and energy to the review process and I'm committed to not making that same mistake. I just read Davidís free article on the weekly review, which is great. He details step by step what he physically does in his review. Iíve created that recurring weekly task for myself in OmniFocus and in the notes section I've outlined everything he does and I'm going to start by following that model. But then I realized I can do it at work but what about home? Seems like I really need to have two different weekly reviews. So for now, I've made my at-work review scheduled for Thursday late afternoon (canít ever do it during the meat of the day, I work with clients all day), and the at-home one for Sunday morning.
Just wondering if anyone else has run into this and found a leaner or more elegant approach to this issue.