I spend around 2-3 hours a day listening to a podcast that contains technical information on a steep career learning curve. I was trying to play catch up on this podcast that publishes once a week but was recorded around 90 weeks ago. So over the last three months I've been listening to one weekly podcast a day.
The input actions and projects from the podcasts could be research this website, research this tool, test this tool, read this book, subscribe to this podcast, read this article etc. I could input between 10-15 projects/actions a day. These get inputted onto my PPC and then at the end of the day this is sync'd to my Outlook client. These appear as tasks under the category of None.
I am as of this morning up-to-date on the podcast BUT I have a very long list of actions and projects to sort through in the None category. I currently have around 120-150 projects on the go as it is. When I sort through this None list it could be in the 300-400 range.
What I would like to know is do I spend the time sorting through this list creating actions and projects from them and then review them to look at adding more to someday/maybe or do I place them all in Someday/Maybe now, review my current project list and then shuffle around?
Also what happens next week when the next podcast is released? I really need to keep on top of this. But ultimately this is only one podcast that I'm listening to in order to increase my knowledge and make progress. This is before I even open up my RSS feeder.
Grateful for any help.