Do To-Do Lists Work?

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Most productivity tactics such as to-do lists are highly subjective.

It’s more about the person than the list itself.

Do To-Do Lists Work?

Some experts will say that it works and some will say it doesn’t. So who are we supposed to believe?

The answer is no one. Because most productivity tactics such as to-do lists are highly subjective. It’s more about the person than the list itself.

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Personally, I found them to be effective. Also, I make them as simple as possible. Doing this makes me want to actually do the tasks I’m supposed to be doing. Do not make it complicated, this will only make you feel anxious towards your to-do list.

4 Step Method

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This is how I create my to-do list.

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Step 1 – I write a list of the tasks that I need to do and I put as many as I can.

Step 2 – I choose only 5 that I must do today. If it can be done tomorrow (not urgent/not too important), then I’ll put it on tomorrow’s to-do list instead.

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Step 3 – I prioritize the task that will have the biggest impact on my goals. For example, if you’re a real-estate agent, then your most important goal is related to acquiring clients. So your #1 task for the day is something about talking to potential clients or advertising to get clients. Anything that has nothing to do with directly acquiring clients can be put in the last line of your to-do list.

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Step 4 – Track the time it usually takes you to finish a specific task. Most of our daily tasks are repetitive. Track the minutes or hours required, so you can schedule the right amount of time it takes you to finish a task the next time you create your to-do list.

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Action Guide:

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1 – Create a “to-do list” for today or tomorrow’s agenda. Follow the 4 step process outlined above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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