Good idea.My definition of now is within the next 3 months (a season) because of the work I do. But that alone allows me to put hundreds of projects into someday maybe that might otherwise clutter my current lists.
That means you've got over 800 projects in someday/maybe. How do you find the time to review them regularly? This has been a stumbling block for me, and there's no real clear answer in either book. Simply reading through such a long list could easily take me half an hour. It seems like that's an awfully big chunk of the recommended 2-hour weekly review.So for me that means that right now I have over 1000 projects of which 119 are currently active and being worked on and 56 are waiting for a future time to become active ( a tickler file for projects) while the rest are in true someday/maybe.
!!!! Can you give an example? How does that work?I am also working with 41 separate contexts right now.
With up to 25 items per context, that means you could have up to 1000 individual next actions tracked there.
This does give me some hope, because my lists have often been up in that range -- hundreds to thousands of next actions, and hundreds of someday/maybe ideas to pursue.
Another question on your contexts - what prompts you to switch contexts? How do you know which ones to start in?
Thanks again for your suggestions!