Say I have a single action relating to project X on my NA list. Project X has other actions that need to be performed after that first action but because they are longer than 2 minutes they can't be performed right away.
Problem is: given that I organize and process only once a day (is that even right?) the trigger to write the next action after that last one, for that project, on the NA list only happens once a day. This means the fastest any project can move forward is a single task per day. Perhaps I should be reviewing my project list several times a day? Also I do remember David talking about how your next actions are tied to your projects "only by your brain" but I don't understand what I should physically do.
Finally should one prioritize next actions and/or projects? Or am I just looking to "bump as many of these suckers off" given the time and resources available to me at the time. Is the feeling that I need to prioritize next actions an indicator that I have too many next actions? Prioritizing projects makes more sense really.