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  1. This may be the wrong evernote forum or the wrong forum altogether. May be more a GTD question. Apologies if so. It's suggested you don't prioritise tasks and don't set due dates on tasks unless there is an outside force that absolutely imposes a fixed deadline. Fixed times (eg meetings) go in a calendar. Some suggest you review all these tasks each week and move a few into focus for this week then have a daily review where you decide which to focus on today. Now I seem to accumulate a growing list of 100s of tasks all different and unconnected all of which have varying importance or consequence if not done. Do I literally go through all of these every week in some random order. This task is super overwhelming and super discouraging as you just see all of your lack of achievement? I "think" GTD says you don't set priorities on these, can you advise a way to go through the long list of your uncompleted tasks deciding which to focus on without it taking an age and without becoming completely demoralised at your failure. Thanks.
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