I'm not a new comer to GTD. I use GTD for a couple of years. I feel oK with runway level. I have quite a lot of Next Actions in my system. I love my Goals that I set yearly and then fulfill them. My only concern now is Project level.
When I enter new Next Action for me it's easier not to put in a Project for it. My internal voice say that the outcome is obvious and there's no sense to spend time on entering it. Let's say I have a "MBA" in my inbox. My dialog: I probably want to get through MBA. There're different options but I'm not sure about why I need to do it and what is the best option. So I decide to speak to my boss and put @Call-Chat Boss what is MBA for and what is the best option".
And I can say I do fine without a complete Project list.
On the other hand, I understand that I'm missing some interconnection between Goals and Runway level. I like to review goals and feel I'm moving somewhere. I like my runway that gives me internal control. When I look at my Project list I don't feel anything. What can I do to start FEELING the Project level?
Here's an example of my Project list and associated NAs just in case:
- Studied one Spanish textbook - Put new words from Lesson 1 into the system
- Started regular fitness sessions to lift body 10 times - Daily sessions scheduled
- Got equipment for orders placed through XYZ comp - @Waiting Smith to place orders
- Got discount for software development from XYZ - @Waiting Whipps to send a letter confirming the discount level