My challenge is to work 9 hours for 30 days, and the rules are to be working 9 hour and 30 minutes instead of 8 hours. To make this work though, I'm going to have mini goals in place, and one is to work 3 hours, then 4, then 5, and eventually I'll get to 9. Somehow, I'll start working 9 hours straight during the middle of my 30 day challenge though, so really I'll be working like 10-15 days of 9 hours.

Okay. Now this is where the issue is for me: unlike your average project where you have a simple one-time next action, this one doesn't... or at least I don't see how? I want to make this challenge actionable and manageable, but I don't see it being possible with GTD. Here is my brainstorming so far, if this helps:

1. Create a tracklist for keeping track of the days I’ve dedicated myself to working 9 hours a day [completed already]

2. Every morning, I’m going to wake up at 4:30am and start working at 5am, and get done by 3-4pm in the afternoon.

3. I’m going to time myself while I work and work no more than 1 hour and 25 minutes. And I’m going to take 15 minute breaks.

4. Every day I wrap up, I’m going to write down on my desk what my next action is for next time.

5. Every day I wrap up, I’m also going to check and see if I’ve worked 9 hours straight, and dot in my tracklist.

6. After I wrap up today’s work, if I have any additional things I forgot to do, I’ll capture them into my input list.

- I’m most likely not going to get it right the first day, so I’ll just work my way up. First will be 3 hours, then 4 hours, then 5 hours, then 6 hours, then 9 hours. By working my way up, I’ll be able to graduate into finally working 9 hours somewhere in the middle of my challenge.

1.Work 3 hours

2.Work 4 hours

3.Work 5 hours

4.Work 6 hours

5.Work 9 hours

- I may want to journalize my experiences behind this challenge as well.

Oh yeah, and do I create a checklist for this?

Okay. Now this is where the issue is for me: unlike your average project where you have a simple one-time next action, this one doesn't... or at least I don't see how? I want to make this challenge actionable and manageable, but I don't see it being possible with GTD. Here is my brainstorming so far, if this helps:

1. Create a tracklist for keeping track of the days I’ve dedicated myself to working 9 hours a day [completed already]

2. Every morning, I’m going to wake up at 4:30am and start working at 5am, and get done by 3-4pm in the afternoon.

3. I’m going to time myself while I work and work no more than 1 hour and 25 minutes. And I’m going to take 15 minute breaks.

4. Every day I wrap up, I’m going to write down on my desk what my next action is for next time.

5. Every day I wrap up, I’m also going to check and see if I’ve worked 9 hours straight, and dot in my tracklist.

6. After I wrap up today’s work, if I have any additional things I forgot to do, I’ll capture them into my input list.

- I’m most likely not going to get it right the first day, so I’ll just work my way up. First will be 3 hours, then 4 hours, then 5 hours, then 6 hours, then 9 hours. By working my way up, I’ll be able to graduate into finally working 9 hours somewhere in the middle of my challenge.

1.Work 3 hours

2.Work 4 hours

3.Work 5 hours

4.Work 6 hours

5.Work 9 hours

- I may want to journalize my experiences behind this challenge as well.

Oh yeah, and do I create a checklist for this?

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