I recently re-read the last chapter of the GTD book 'the power of outcome
focusing' . As a side note theres a subsection 'the significance of applied outcome thinking'. I'm a little unsure what it all means.
Firstly the basic question: is 'outcome focusing' and 'outcome thinking' the same thing?
Secondly : how is this meant to be implemented ?
Take an example - suppose I have to do a pHD project in computer science
(maybe 800 hours of work in total), how am I meant to use the power of outcome focusing?