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Originally Posted by dhm2006
David Allen suggests that "very solid deadlines" be placed on a calendar and that the calendar be reserved solely for those things.
I do not agree with this interpretation. But I might be plain wrong.
I think he only suggests that you write day or time specific actions to your calendar, and every other actions to your trusted-system.

For a student, that would translate as:
- write the deadline in the calendar, to serve as a reminder
- write the actions that will constitute the project in the GTD system chosen.

To have solid deadlines doesn't change the fact that at one time, you need to know what is your next action and what you have the possibility to do (given context, energy, time...).