I agree. (Isn't this what we basically do between reviews and processing sessions anyway?)Originally Posted by jmarkey
Collecting never stops and while it's the most basic of the GTD steps... for me, it's the most liberating one. Every thought collected is one less thing on my mind now that I know it's in the 'system' and will eventually be reviewed and/or processed.
Flagging is also key because as much as I like the GTD methodology I cannot get past the need to 'triage' my tasks and projects to avoid that feeling that I might be letting some time sensitive actions fall through the cracks.
Lots of good advice in this thread.