I am barely 2 days into my exploration of GTD and after listening to the audiobook version I am left with a couple of nagging questions:
1) The focus seems to be on the first action required . . . but what about if, even at the very start, you know what steps 2, 3 and 4 should be...do you not note those down too?
2) GTD seems to focus mainly on how to organize, prioritize, sort and sift through all the "stuff" and "projects" in your life. But what does GTD actually have to say about working the project itself? Unless I am missing something, it seems like a big hole in the process...at work I literally have 15 or so projects of varying complexities that I need to be working on, what does the GTD system actually have to offer in terms of getting those done, on time with superior results?
Thanks for any insights you can offer to clear up these confusing points for me!