With GTD, it is not uncommon to be faced with a list of 100+ next actions all within the same context, especially if most of your day is spent within a certain context (such as @computer). David Allen suggest that the context, time needed and energy required should be used to determine what to do next. But when your list is100+ items long, it can be a daunting proposition to actually make that choice over and over throughout a hectic day. Following are some techniques I have developed to help with this problem.
This is a guest post derived from correspondence I received from Jack Bicer:
Have you ever used a really good application that made a difference in your productivity? Well written software, that does its job well, usually at no cost or low cost. Perhaps not as well known, but filling a real need.