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Writing things twice
Ras | Jan 23 2008
I have been implementing GTD for a year now. Their is one thing that I really require an advice in this system.
I use paper in implementing my GTD, the only time I use the PC is when dealing with e-mails and using the calendar in outlook 2003.
The problem that I'm facing is that for projects I'm forced in writing next actions twice, once in my context next action list @car, @phone etc. and once in the Projects next action list.
This is helpful, as this enables me in processing actions for a particular project when it's in the urgent stage, and enables me to process actions when I'm near the phone or in my car.
However, writing things twice is very boring and I usulaly relay on the my context list and ignore my project next action list.
I'm sure this has been solved using software, but I prefer doing things on paper.
Any advice on how to handle this?
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