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What is the linkage between “next actions” and “projects” in GTD?
Getting Things Done (GTD) defines a "project" as anything that will take more than one action to be considered complete. "Next action" items, with a specific context, are kept handy so that when an ...
Jun 22 '11 at 19:31
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