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Examples Of To Do Lists

  • Personal: for tasks that only apply to your personal life and are somewhat time sensitive.
  • Work: for work related tasks. You may want to create sister lists if your work is multifaceted. For instance: Work > Sales and Work > Acquisitions.
  • Someday: for tasks that you may want to achieve but not in the near future.

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Tips On How To Set Up To Do Lists

Tips On How To Set Up To Do Lists

  • Start task names with a verb to make them more descriptive and easy to understand.
  • Break each task into smaller tasks.
  • Create temporary lists when needed.
  • Erase the temporary lists when you’re done with them.
  • Automate the se...

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Basic Steps For Using a To-Do List

Basic Steps For Using a To-Do List

  1. Add tasks as they appear to the appropriate list, assigning a due date if possible.
  2. Before the day ends, check your lists for the tasks you want to do the next day. You can add a due date for it.
  3. Review the lists at the end of the day to have a clear idea...

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Tips On Using Calendars

Tips On Using Calendars

  • Using calendars of different colors allows for easy identification.
  • Adding additional information like duration and address can save you time.
  • Sometimes it’s useful to set up alarms way before the event itself.
  • Set up different calendars...

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The Benefits Of Apps Over Paper For Organization

  • Ease of access allows for usage on multiple platforms.
  • Moving and duplicating tasks without rewriting them.
  • Ability to set up alarms.
  • A paperless and minimal life.

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The To-Do List vs. The Calendar

The To-Do List vs. The Calendar

The to-do list is for tasks and always requires actions to be completed. Meanwhile, the calendar is for events that happen by themselves, and may require participation.

Some events require tasks for a satisfactory completion, but those are tasks associated with the event, not part of...

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Tips On How To Set Up To Do Lists

Tips On How To Set Up To Do Lists

  • Start task names with a verb to make them more descriptive and easy to understand.
  • Break each task into smaller tasks.
  • Create temporary lists when needed.
  • Erase the temporary lists when you’re done with them.
  • Automate the se...

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