I agree with the sentiment mostly; I don't think I'm looking for the level of guidance that you get on the ground level (like, "Get an inbox" or "labellers are awesome [which they are, of course]). But I also think that there's maybe too much room provided -- if you scan GTD Connect, or GTD Times, or the books, or emails, etc, there's an extraordinary imbalance in even philosophic approaches to the highest level, almost to the extent that the mystery of them is impenetrable. I'm deeply curious about the process of arriving at more meaningful (and useful) higher levels and though I'm not looking for 250 pages on implementation, I do feel that in a system that is so operative and specific there is an amount of additional work that could be done to drill down further.
Originally Posted by bcmyers2112
For example, a 60 minute webinar only on 40,000 and 50,000 would be, like, incredibly badass (which is about as nerdy a thing as I can say).
Thank you so much everyone,