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To-do lists and calendars

Once you write down the tasks you need to perform, you then have to clear space in your day to put some of those tasks onto your calendar.

This calendar maintenance is itself a useful exercise for fighting the tide of interruptions you’re always facing. It pulls your brain out of a reactive mode and forces you to think about the long term. 

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Stop Making To-Do Lists Do This Instead

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  • To-do lists should be called painful wish lists. A series of tasks you hope to accomplish, without a specific plan. 

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To-Do Lists

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Your to-do list can be a tool that guides you through your work, or it can be a big fat pillar of undone time bombs taunting you and your unproductive inadequacy.

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