When reading the book, David says that you should separate collecting from processing. I can see how it relates to the big startup period when you are trying to get control over all loose ends. But how does it relate to everyday normal stuff?
If I get something I need to act on, a phone message or an idea or whatever, I usually try to think everything through and start setting up next actions etc. in my computer. But I'm thinking it would be better to just jot it down on a piece of paper and throw it into the inbox. That way I can process it when I go through my inbox.
How do other people handle this situation?