13 thoughts on “The unproductive ‘to-do’ list

    1. I have not always been disorganized. About 8 months ago I decided it was time for me to take responsibility, stop procrastinating and get a little more organized. I taught myself to be organized. You can too, if you desire it bad enough. My life is so much more effective now. People take me a little more serious now.

  1. Sometimes it’s more rewarding to write a “what I did today” list, rather than a to-do list. The to-do lists can get depressing, but if you can see that you actually did two or three things which are part of your global goals, it feels great! It also allows for more felixibily. Some days are not at all predictable!

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