The methodologies aren't flawed but they are stereotypes that sometimes pigeon-hole people into roles they weren’t meant to inhabit.trying to dispute the methodology for everyone as flawed because you judge yourself for the parts you don't do or don't like.
Yes, again, it's always the "errands" context which is used as an example... Errands works as a separate list. But if I'm in Starbucks I can do 90% of stuff. Hell I can write a book in Starbucks. I can also make calls, emails, reading, thinking. So contexts provide little value."Contexts" are only useful to be able to distinguish what you don't need to look at. You can't do errands at home, so it's nice to have a simple "errands" list. If you're in Starbucks and want to do computer stuff, no need to see all the rest. If one simple list works to keep your head clear, though, that's all that matters. - David Allen