2. Delete Low/No-Value Tasks and Nice-To-Dos - Deepstash

2. Delete Low/No-Value Tasks and Nice-To-Dos

One of the most common problems with to-do lists is that they’re overwhelming. When you’re constantly adding new to-dos to your list as they pop into your head, you often end up with dozens or hundreds of to-dos.

Deleting low-value, no-value, and nice-to-do tasks from your list helps you create a better to-do list because it makes your list more manageable, less stressful, and more skimmable. It keeps your most pressing and important tasks top-of-mind and helps you avoid getting distracted by tasks that won’t move the needle.

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