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#4 Reflect

#4 Reflect

... and prioritize your work.

  • Daily Review: Prioritise your tasks from the next action list and put it in your calendar. Use reference and other lists as needed.
  • Weekly Review: First empty your inbox. Then review your calendar and update your next action list, calendar, and possibly someday maybe list.

Try to stick with the weekly review routine for this you can give yourself some rewards for that.


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