I'm getting to the point where I'm trying to process my mind dump, and maybe I'm misinterpreting something...
When I took my notes on the book, I read it as saying you should write out each mind dumped item on a sheet of paper and make a folder for it.
I'm having a hard time justifying to the logical efficient part of my brain the point of making folders for something like "Plan a trip to NYC." It feels like this is an item that should be on a Someday/Maybe LIST and not in a FOLDER.
Did I miss the point? Are folders just for projects?
For a true "project" that takes multiple action steps to complete, should I have a folder for the project itself AND a folder for Project Support Materials, or just have a "Projects" list and just one folder, which holds Project Support Materials?
I feel like I'm doubling up on the manilla folder thing, and while that's not a problem (if that's the way to do it), it just doesn't feel right for some reason.