Mostly in-line after completing a big task when I am too exhausted to do real work. Or at the beginning of the day to get into the jive.
No, I also think about how it could be posssible that something become urgent in my world. In the model of the three-fold nature of work you have the house is burning kind of stuff. I am ok with that, it's part of life.Do you all just write urgent things directly into the Day-Specific section of your calendar and that's it?
But projects and NAs that are urgent? Not with me. No stress for us, just because some other kid didn't do the homework - is a houserule here. So I think who dropped the ball on that one? What process needs to be changed so that in the future no further urgencies come up from that source? (And to be clear: this is a 50k - 40k issue for me, I could earn more mulah if I wouldn't be so stubborn there. But I am and happy with it.)
In fact, applying GTD in an intense, interruption-prone environment, and readiness-for-everything is supposed to be black-belt-GTD, how do you see the method and system helping you here?
Mainly that I am totally comfortable in jumping into the fire because I know what I am NOT doing. You know, that point about knowing what you NOT have to do now. So a quick glance at the calendar/tickler makes sure I will not cause another fire to start while putting out the first one.