Success, the pathway, the approach greatly differs for each one of us.
Similarly, in executing a daily task list, the approach that suits best for each person varies.
It's up to each one of us to experiment & figure out what works best for us.
Some main approaches are as follows
Approach 1: No List but scheduling tasks in calendar
Approach 2: Keep a running list but just take out one task as a sticky note
Approach 3: Use a digital task manager (or even a manual one)
Approach 4: Make 3 lists
Important non-time-sensitive tasks, Complete today, Tasks not to be done!
Let's define productivity. Productivity is a measure of efficiency of a person completing a task. We often assume that productivity means getting more things done each day. Wrong. Productivity is getting important things done consistently. And no matter what you are working on, there are only a few things that are truly important.
Being productive is about maintaining a steady, average speed on a few things, not maximum speed on everything.
Having routinary days for months on end will eventually make time feel like it's slipping through our fingers.
As Marc Wittman, psychologist and time researcher said, "routine kills our memory for respective intervals". New experiences make indents in our memories thus giving us the perception of lengthened time.
When nothing meaningful happens to us our brains don't have anything for it to record.
You may well experience the way toward saving time by being proficient but then not comprehend how to manage it. Set up what is imperative to you and set objectives.
By having a firm idea of your objectives will enable you to realize where to invest in the entirety of your amounts of energy. Having targets can help motivate you to arrive at that end goal.
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