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Tip 4: Use a to-do list

Tip 4: Use a to-do list

Using a to-do list can help you organize your tasks and stay on track. Whether you use a physical to-do list or an app, the key is to write down your tasks so you don't forget them.


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If you're like most people, you probably feel like you don't have enough time to do everything you want to do. But what if we told you that you actually have complete control over your time? That's just one of the tips that a productivity expert recommends for better time management. Here are some other tips that could help you get more done with less stress.

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How to Use a Weekly/Daily To-Do List

  • Focus on the Daily List: Once you've decided what chunk of your weekly list to handle, you may put the other tasks out of your mind.
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Create a To-Do List

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  • Sync your to-do list with your mobile phone.
  • Write down the three most important tasks.
  • Keep to an easy and workable task list.
  • Do one thing at a time.

  • Do it now.

Failing to Keep a To-Do List

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The trick with using To-Do Lists effectively lies in prioritizing the tasks on your list. Many people use an A – F coding system (A for high priority items, F for very low priorities). 

Make sure that you break large tasks or projects down into specific, actionable steps – then you won...

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