Last night I had an AHA! moment Going upper attitudes I "splitted" my life into areas of interest: Daughter, Wife, Work, Personal Development and Health. I still need to make goals for each of the focus areas. But what I got was: "I want a balance between these areas so I don't spend too much time in any one and I don't want to decide what is bigger priority i.e. Personal Development or Daughter". All the areas are important and as such they should be "balanced" using Time Map or Time Schedule method. I wonder why David Allen didn't put that into his book and how he suggest to balance activities then?