Hello folks
I'm new to GTD and am still in the process of reading the book. I'm confused about the Processing part. So, I've written things down and have arrived at a large list of things that need to be done. I understand that I need to create "Next Actions" for each. How do I decide which actions I do first? The list is long. 

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I've had a difficult time making the 20,000' horizon level actionable, especially as part of my reviews. The linked post suggests putting it into the context of 90 days goals. I'm running with it for the next 3 months. It's not orthodox, but I easily made 90 day goals for each of my areas of focus that put some structure to my list of projects. What do you think?

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Una situación cotidiana en el trabajo puede convertirse fácilmente en un proyecto autogestionado en GTD. ¿Tienes tu lista de proyectos bajo control? http://buff.ly/1SEQcrC

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It is easy to get trapped into “busy” mode, especially when you have lot of unprocessed work on your table.


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Thinking about giving up? Don't do that. Falling off the wagon and getting back on is part of the learning process.


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It happened last week because... life happens. http://www.bobstanke.com/blog/when-the-wheels-fall-off

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“If your filing system isn’t fast, functional, and fun, you’ll resist the whole process.” ~ David Allen

My sister is entering high school and is really smart but not as organized as she could be. I'm thinking of setting her up with a GTD system. Inbox, calendar, etc. Can someone recommend a GTD program that can work with her iPhone and Mac? I use Omnifocus but am considering her getting used to a system before shelling out money for something like Omnifocus. Leaning towards Todoist, thoughts? 

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Does anyone else Mind Map?
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How do you deal with actionable readings?
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