Good morning. I'm a new GTDer (still reading section 1); and am looking forward to impressive changes implementing this strategy.
I thought I understood the difference between Projects and New Actions. However, a statement in Newsletter No. 40 (Food for Thought: Being Complete with Your Incompletions has me stumped.Unless I've missed something (or just haven't gotten far enough in the book), there would only be one next action per project. Admittedly, I've considered creating a "Subsequent Actions" list just so I don't have to stop and think about a next action every time I complete one. Is this how the number of next actions can exceed the number of projects?In seminars I often show people all my projects (about sixty at this writing) and next actions to do about them (about 150) . . .
I hope I won't refer back to this "inaugural" inquiry and feel like an idiot for asking a "not so smart" question
If it's not too inconvenient, please refer me to page numbers or web pages that will allow me to follow up on your reply. Thanks.