New to GTD. I have a lot of topics i'm learning about and want to use GTD to organize them. I dig the idea of your reference folder acts the same as your local library. But seem hung up on the organization part of it so i'm seeking any comments and advice. My thoughts are having 3 physical folders stored in my "reference" cabinet left tabbed folder holds deliverables such as checklists, action plans, compressed knowledge, etc middle tabbed folder holds notes taken from the... right tabbed folder, which holds raw resources such as printed ebooks, articles, raw notes from audio/video stuff, lectures, etc I think of all this stuff as reference material. This setup would allow me to visually see if there are deliverables or notes related to the topic and keep things uniform. Since this is a general reference it would also share folders such as "takeout menus" or "places to visit" or something. I would have a separate section of the cabinet to store single learning project folders that would hold all the learning project planning stuff. I suppose support materials like random notes and ideas or books to read, courses to take would go here, including versioned deliverables. A duplicate of the deliverable will be stored in the reference library. Now for non-learning projects... Personal and Work related projects. Project folder is used the same way as the learning project folder. Reference material needed for these types of projects will already be in reference library or will be added once received. Deliverables treated the same way with versioned deliverables stored in project folder, and copies stored in Master File System. Master System holds Personal and Work related stuff. Digital storage would mirror this setup. What potential drawbacks am i not seeing now that could crop up later? Suggestions for improving this? Thanks!