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Daily processing and the Weekly Review are different. Weekly Review is the name given to a review done regularly, looking at your 10,000 foot Projects and your tasks. The purpose is to make sure you are making progress on the projects, that you have your Next Actions lists appropriately organized and up to date, that your life is generally under control for ...
Separate processes. Anything daily is "in the trenches", i.e., making many quick decisions. The weekly review is for making longer-term decisions: discovering new projects, abandoning current projects, moving projects to/from someday-maybe, scanning 30,000 foot responsibilities. If you did 30,000 foot scans every day (or every 10 minutes), the only Thing ...
MyWeek has a local database, and it is also possible to sync with weekplan.net if you want to. If you choose to do so, you can still add tasks locally and it will sync and merge the databases whenever you get internet access again.
I don't understand why Scott Adams differentiates between Goals and Systems. They are two sides of the same coin. David Allen quotes a church in Sussex England, “A vision without a task is but a dream, a task without a vision is drudgery, a vision and a task is the hope of the world”. This is a great quote but it does leave out the system. The system is ...
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