I have used GTD for a while now, and have experienced that it helps me, but I haven't found the "GTD flow" yet, but I'm trying. I'm moving to have GTD handle all my inputs, including my work as a web developer.
One problem that I have is that often I have actions that looks something like this:
"Fix the occurring transaction bug in library X"
This is not a good action because it is not well defined. I mean that it is done when the bug is fixed, but I don't know the timeframe for the action. This makes me don't want to do the actions because I don't know when I'll be done with it.
Do you guys have any tips in how to define this type of actions?