Feeling overwhelmed with a to do list? Stacks of papers or mail piling up? Have you ever moved and, after unpacking, realize this box of stuff is mostly junk but you don’t have time to organize it? Enter the three-a-day method.
This is a simplistic first attempt, and its mostly empty. It’s a work in progress.
I’ve been giving a lot of thought about what to add next to my To-Do list. Its currently only got the 1 item on it: Work. It tells me to go to work and that’s all. True, I was going to go to work anyways. So perhaps it is best if I add something else that’s both basic and easy to fit into what I am currently doing. Something important and that I can improve. Ah yes. I need to sleep.
In this modern age, the to-do list is a daily ritual, almost a chore in of itself, but it’s not something that automatically make you more productive.
If you make lists at all, you’ve probably ended up with one or two lists that have over 10 tasks for the day. Trying to get started on such a mountainous list is like tackling the Matterhorn: the immensity of whats at hand leaves you paralyzed, maybe feeling a sense of obligation instead of determination. Continue reading Is your to-do list actually hurting your ability to get things done?