steve beal;62208 said:Sometimes, I show up and just begin doing the things that I know are improtant without even looking at my list(s). These are the best days for me. There is a part of me that knows that nothing else on my list comes close to the job i'm involved with. That, of course is a result of GTD methodoligy.
It sounds like a large part of your job is 'show up, interface, look, and react'. And it is what you see and who you interface with that defines your next actions. Is there an 'end of the line' when you can take a breather and think and act longer term before you start at the beginning of the line again?
Thinking this sounds familiar (I used to run a wafer fab, and what you are saying resonates)