Yeah, never occurred to me that the an item like "the tipping point" could be seen as "do it all in that day." It was never my intention. As you stated, on the checklist I meant read a little bit from it each day. I think what I discovered was I kept putting all of these actions on the checklist (daily to-do list) so I could keep track of them, or at least feel like they were not slipping through my fingers, simply because I did not have my Goals and Projects adequately formulated. I also think having it on a checklist, if I were to read a chapter and then check it off, only to uncheck it at the start of the next day, the list ended up becoming futile and boring, hence I wasn't getting much done. Now that most of the actions are moved over to my NA list, progress is much better.There is absolutely no way to accomplish all of those things in one day. It takes me about 4-6 hours to knock out a Gladwell title
Also another major challenge I was having was finding a digital package for my GTD. I've tried several programs and none of them worked the way I wanted. I have since found a small notes program that has just the right options. My GTD is nestled right in with all my other data, but GTD is on its own tab and i can quickly and easily add, delete, move from all my different lists, as well as sort by priority. Now it seems to be working quite well.