Scheduling priorities vs. GTD methodology - Dilemma
I'm trying to rationalize a dilemma in my head about MT's guidance in Right of First Refusal about scheduling priorities vs. the GTD methodology I've implemented.
MT recommends putting priorities on your calendar, but GTD states to only use your calendar for things that must get done that day (not things you'd "really like" to get done). To me, time to work on priorities falls within the latter. I'd really like to focus on priority X today, but priority X isn't blowing off if I push it until tomorrow.
Obviously if I CONTINUE to push priority X it will be a problem, but I'm trying hard to put very hard edges on my calendar.
Do I just need to expand my definition of "what must absolutely get done today" to include priority work? Am I being silly for not including priority work in what must absolutely get done today? How do you all handle this?