Takes a lot of planning I'm sure when your schedule is the way that it is.skygoddess said:Flight attendant, homemaker, busy mom of three!
It's interesting how often this kind of comment comes up... It seems to me as if GTD is a response to how interrupt driven all of our lives tend to be in the information age. If I have the system in place, then I should be more able to respond to interrupts than in the past since all of the other stuff is out of my head, but accessible when the interrupts stop so I can give a plate or two a spin. For the most part, the "planning" is just picking that next action.IAmMichele said:I am a Jr. Escrow Officer. Tough to implement as it is an extremely interruption rich environment. So much of what is do is one quick step after another and there isn't a lot of room for planning.
I have had brief fits of this state you describe. I can't wait until I can live in it instead of just getting a glimpse from time to time.Vramin said:I know I've been enjoying goofing off and playing more since I implemented this system because I know exactly what I'm not doing instead of just laboring under this vague sense of "I really ought to be doing something else right now."