I second Katherine's advice about the weekly review being mainly about review. You probably just need to spend some time going through each of your projects and re-articulating them in a way that describes your desired outcomes:
Wild success on this project would look like what? Describe it.
What new things would success on the project make possible?
Then write down the name of the project more in line with what you've written on each one.
So "Project-re: Sales Appt with Bob" becomes "Project-I've persuaded Bob to move forward on the last budget proposal I sent him." When a projects list has a list of outcomes your are committed to rather than short-hand that has to be reinterpreted each time it is read, the quicker your mind can see what the next action is; and the easier it is to move toward that action. Hope that helps.
It's working for me.