I’m glad you’re able to use it in whatever app of choice you use. It looks like MindNode based on your mind map!
Review and do the workflow when you need to re-orient yourself. For some people, it’s daily. For others, it’s every 2-3 days. Or it might even be just weekly. I wouldn’t feel too bad about skipping it every now and then.
My work life is too chaotic with walk-in customers coming in. It’s hard for me to think of scheduling. If your schedule is fixed (office hours only during 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm or perhaps a class schedule for university students) then it would be easier to schedule time blocks.
I’m just using the 3 MITs every day to get me through. If I can finish at least 2 out of the 3 MITs and/or one Big Rock project, I’m happy with my efforts. On very busy days (such as the Christmas shopping season), I’ll just be too busy to get to my projects and MITs. On relatively quiet days, I can focus on the tasks in my BuJo.
@zaf: Is your schedule fixed enough that you can schedule time blocks? If yes then time blocking will work. If interruptions are aplenty or the office sends all kinds of “important” work that needs to be done immediately then maybe the 3 MITs approach might work for you?
I do hope to see PlanPlus improve. The last time I looked, the Franklin Planner workflow resembles the GTD workflow. They just don’t have the marketing push that GTD has.