This seems like a ridiculously simplistic question, but it's been haunting me.
I would like to understand the process of updating the Next Action list. When an action gets done there is usually a relatively obvious next action that is generated. When does THIS next action appear on the list? At the end of the day or immediately?
Does the NA list contain only ONE NA per project? (Assuming that only one can be done concurrently.) So, when you actually do an action, do you IMMEDIATELY write down the one next action that is created? Or are you looking at a small cluster of sequential next actions for a project? I'm just unclear on the process of NA's progressively showing up on the list.
I guess I just am imagining a Sisyphian effect where a next action immediately rushes in to replace the one just finished, and you have this constant re-evaluation of priorties at every action completion.