DA has referred to operating from 'zero base' in the past with reference to GTD in his own life.
While that is a fantastic concept, I'm having trouble making my reality match that goal!
For those of you using GTD effectively, what are you doing to keep things in your life at 'zero base'? I guess any discussion of this concept would have to start with your own definition of the term:
In my mind, it would be that everything is accounted for in a trusted system, and nothing is on your mind. (Of course, your mind is always focusing on something, but for purposes of this thread, let's call it a state of 'everything in place, mind is in the now, focused, in a state of readiness'.)
I use a Palm Treo 600 and Palm Desktop...I don't play well with Outlook/pogs/wikis/etc. I like to keep things simple and stripped down...but even with that, life seems to come faster than my ability to deal with the system (and this even after using GTD with good results over the last two years).
Is 'zero base' even possible? Thoughts?