I have the same feelings about OF like dpvanwormer.
I use OF almost 2 years now. For the last 2 months I wasn't doing anything which would improve my career or anything which would bring me longer outcome which I want. I stuck with OF and GTD on making "things." There is always more and more things to do, but I just didn't have time to finish reading this book, or to accomplish my private project. It started to be so many things to do on my lists, that I didn't know what to do on the next day. There was just so many of them, it was overwhelming. And most of this stuff was important for that moment, for sure, but in the longer outcome it wasn't for improving my skills, knowledge, career.
I started reading more about the Agile Results, yesterday I ordered the book
Most of you guys, probably have already careers, families... I am a student and besides school and keeping my GPA 4.0, I want to continue creating my company, learn about my craft, read books which would improve me and my life. All of this needs to be organized and I can do only that much I can do. Don't take me wrong, GTD is amazing and OF is the best app I have ever used. But GTD seems more like system for a workplace. I find it difficult to manage the same time my work, school, career, personal life, and other things.
When I came across Agile and Kanban I felt like this is something for me. However now, while switching little and making OmniFocus-GTD-Agile hybrid I have a difficulty to manage other stuff, not related to my personal goals, career, etc., but things which have to be done.
So, I have a question for people who use Kanban/Agile Results.
How do you manage stuff unrelated to your work/career/personal goals?
EXAMPLE: You have to do groceries, clean your car, clean your computer, go to Home Depot, build a shelf at house, blah blah blah.
All this stuff does not fall between the Rule of 3 from the Agile Results. So, it is not even the prettiest frog (if you know Brian Tracy you know what I mean).