I posted this on the GTD Connect forums and thought I would do so here on the public forums. I recently read the book "The One Thing" by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. It is an intriguing concept. Of course we all know that there are certain goals, projects, etc. within your life that are inherently more important than everything else. And we pursue them within the framework of GTD. What we have to be careful about is putting too much focus on only one thing to the detriment of everything else in our lives. This piece on Next Actions Associates touches on this well -- avoiding target fixation: https://www.next-action.eu/2017/04/26/avoiding-target-fixation-gtd/ So....yes, focus on those important projects and goals with drive and passion. But if everything else goes to hell in a hat basket, your victory is going to come with a heavy price. Ignoring all of your other areas of focus, projects, and actions is not a good idea. What do you all think?