In his book “Making It All Work” David Allen suggests the following typical contexts (on p145)
He also suggests the following typical 20,000 feet categories of stuff:
WORK (with 11 categories)
- Asset management
- Quality control
- Staff development
- System Design
- Administrative Support
- Product Development
- Public Relations
- Client Development
LIFE (with a further 11 categories)
My question is how would one best implement the above in GTDNext?
Obviously the Contexts are very easily handled by Tags in GTDNext.
However would one be best to have:
A) Two Areas in GTDNext - one called “Work” the other called “Life”?
And then separating out the 22 categories by using the tasks within task hierarchy?
B) Have 22 separate Areas in GTDNext
What are the pros and cons of having lots of Areas or very few Areas in GTDNext?
And what would you recommend?