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Eliminate non-priority tasks

Warren Buffett's "2 List" Strategy focuses on getting rid of the tasks holding you back from your real priorities.

  • Write down 25 things you want to accomplish.
  • Select your top 5 priorities from this list.
  • Cross out the remaining 20 items and actively avoid thinking about them.
  • Focus only on your top 5 priorities.

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