Ready For Anything |OR| Making it All Work
I've been using GTD for a couple of years now and would like to read more of David Allen's material. I'm considering the two books Ready for Anything and Making it All Work. Eventually, I'll probably read both but I would like to just select one to begin with so I don't overload myself. After I've had time to form any new habits I need, I'll move on to the next one.
So, to the people who have read both, which would you recommend to me? Maybe one follows on better from Getting Things Done or maybe one is suited to different professional lifestyles. Are there particular questions I should be asking myself?
If my personal situation helps, I'm a PhD student who is close to finishing. I'm considering going down the academic route but am also excited about the possibility of going freelance and starting a software development business.
As far as my GTD system goes, I feel I have a handle on most things. The weakest area for me is probably the overall life goals above 30000 ft.
Any advice you can give me is gratefully received.