Ok, so I have cleaned my head, everything is sorted out according to GTD method.
The hard part is to actually start doing actions and not play around with GTD lists or other distractions.
In the 'Eat The Frog' book there is an excellent quote:
"Failures do what is tension relieving while winners do what is goal achieving'
I keep what I call a 'Bull Shxt' list on my desk. If I get the urge to mess around with something or act on it unplanned, I try to write it down rather than act on the impulse to have to do it now. This can become an extremely hard mental tug of war ! (I also use a once touch voice record on my cell)
Any great methods to help you stay with the goal achieving (pre planned) next actions and stop doing tension relief interruptions ? And how do you remind yourself of these new ideas from within the GTD system ?
I have just spent an hour reading and writing in this forum, rather than a 'Next Action' I had allocated for this time. A prime example of the above.