I have a pretty good grasp on my GTD system. I would say I'm a red belt in capturing, keeping my inboxes empty on a regular basis, weekly review, clarifying next actions, organizing/managing my lists, and most of the other basic priniciples of GTD. My issue is I do not have a good system for actually getting to my Next Actions lists and actually doing them. (I'm using the plural sense for lists because I'm referring to my Waiting For list, Call List, and the other lists discussed in the GTD world.) We talk a lot about clarifying the next action and putting it on the approriate list, but I'm looking for clarity on when and how you go about actually doing the things on your lists. I understand if it takes 2 minutes or less to do it right away. I understand delegating tasks you are not the right person for. How do you handle the remaining tasks? Do you schedule them on your calendar during your weekly review? This seems like it would go against the idea of only putting things on your calendar that have to be done at a certain time or day Right now I'm mapping out an ideal month, and I am realizing with all of the important things I need and want to spend my time on, there is not really adequate time to budget for working through my next actions lists, which means there are projects that are well thought out and organized, but they may never actually get done. I have a some day maybe list, but not all of my projects are ones I want to put off indefinately. I also do want to fill my calendar and feel like I'm failing every day. How do you actually work through the Next Actions lists?