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To-Do Lists: Paradoxical Productivity Tool

To-Do Lists: Paradoxical Productivity Tool

  • Don’t start with too many tasks.
  • Break large projects down into small tasks
  • Be as specific as you can
  • Use a verb : Study Unit:1 is much more actionable than Unit:1
  • Complete the Important and Urgent tasks first
  • Give yourself less time than you think you need. As Parkinson’s Law says “Work expands to take the time allotted for it”
  • Don’t forget to take breaks in between large tasks
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Task Lists Template

Task Lists Template

Master List:

  • Your go-to list where you write anything
  • From a chore to a project

Weekly List:

  • What you want to do this week, based on your schedule and availability

Daily List:

  • This is our main list. The list which decides how productive or sloth-y you will be today.
  • We will make three sections to this list.
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Daily To-Do List Template

Daily To-Do List Template

Big Tasks:

  • Can take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours.
  • Maximum of 2 such tasks
  • Main focus for the day.

Medium Tasks

  • Take around 15, 30 to 45 minutes
  • Maximum of 3 Medium tasks
  • Use to boost your motivation

+ Tiny Tasks:

  • Can be finished in 5 to 10 minutes
  • Chores which you will get daily and are inevitable
  • There is not a specific number for these tiny ones

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