Hi Everyone, I'm new to GTD and just joined GTD Connect. After much review, I've decided to use Omnifocus as my GTD Software tool of choice. While I feel that I have "the basics" of both GTD and Omnifocus fairly well understood, I've been wondering how to apply the application to Broad-Based Projects, and still keep the structure of GTD in mind. For example, one of my Project Goals is to "Learn to become a Better Guitarist". I feel like this is slightly different than "Learning to Play the Guitar", if that makes sense? I'm trying to focus on tracking my skill development from a intermediate Guitarist to a more Advanced one, and I'm not sure if that's something I can track as easily through GTD/Omnifocus. There are 3 areas I'm focusing on, each with separate projects: theory work, technique development, and songs to learn. My problem is each of these areas don't really have an "end date" to check off as I complete actions, and the actions I have listed (classes to take, workbooks to read on various genres, etc.) often are vague. I'm wondering from those GTD/Omnifocus veterans out there, am I looking at this from the wrong perspective?
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