Working on job one
Date: Sunday, April 15, 2012 by GTD Times Staff
“There are very few times and places we really have the appropriate energy level, tools, and uninterrupted time frames to work on some of our “most important” work. The rest of the day, we shouldn’t be feeling guilty that we’re not working on “job one.” Rather, we should be maximizing our productivity by picking things to do (that we’re going to do anyway, sometime) that match the situation.”
—from the article “The Need for a Total Life To-Do List,” by David Allen
How have you organized your lists by contexts that support your productivity, even when you aren’t in a physical or mental place to work on job one?