I'm a telecommuter and I've been seeing great improvements in my work life as a result of starting to adopt GTD.
I have a question about lists and how folks subdivide their work lists. I've switched back and forth between using literal lists and more emotional lists.
Example of my literal lists:
@Computer: Work: Project
@Computer: Work: Visio
@Computer: Work: Outlook
@Computer: Work: Excel
For me, each of these lists has more than one meaning. Not only do they have their literal meaning, but also an emotional meaning. For example, I need to be in an analytical state of mind when using Excel, and ideally, I need to be in a more creative state of mind when using Visio.
So, instead of having the lists above, I have toyed with the lists below:
@Computer: Work: Feeling strategic
@Computer: Work: Feeling creative
@Computer: Work: Feeling analytical
I recall that there is no "right" or "wrong" way to do this. I'm wondering if anyone else has done the same thing, and which way you've finally settled on?