This is, I think, part of the problem with GTD. It overloads us with silly analysis over what the next action is — “Move hand forward; Pick up pencil; Move pencil over paper; Lower tip towards paper …); or what “@Context” a given action belongs to. And so on.
Do you really have to operate at that level of detail? Interesting!
Originally Posted by supergtdman
What GTD doesn’t acknowledge well is that the really important stuff gets done. Automatically.