I read somewhere I think on this site or one of the mailing lists recently about the importance/benefits of separating out each of the different stages of collect, process, organize, review and do.
However, I often find that as I process my collected items that I am immediately putting the next actions on their context lists or creating a new project on my project list (I at least create the project to put it on the list so I don't forget it, and then go back at a later time, usually review and figure out future actions etc).
I don't understand the effeciency of separating out processing and organizing, unless I am missing something. Where do others store their next actions during the processing stage if they are not immediately putting them on their contextual next actions list?
Am I missing something?