Nancy, thanks for the quick response. Breaking down the office list is a good idea. Many of the tasks are organizational as a result of implementing GTD. For instance, I did not have time to go through a couple file sections to purge and label. I created next actions for each distinct file section (each section can be purge/organized in a reasonable amount of time). Those tasks are an Office context. I also have next actions that are to be done in Outlook (e-mail context) but are currently on the Office n.a. list as a result of the GTD implementation. This week I added mid-year reviews to the Office next action list as they are due by the end of July. The mid-year reviews action seems like an Office context.
Originally Posted by Nancy.Locascio
Your suggestion to "clean up" that list by ccreating a current list of Next Actions sounds like rewriting the actions not completed onto the new clean, crisp list.
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