It’s a new week. I’m sure you have a lot to do. If you use a To-Do list, I’d like to pass on some advice that will make your days much more fun.
LOSE your “To-Do List.” Replace it with a “Did I Do It List.”
To-Do Lists make you a slave to the checkmark. They cause more stress the longer they get.
A “Did I Do It List” assumes you know what must be done. Instead of chasing, you are checking to make sure you did it.
An un-focused path produces additional task to fill your day. Using a “Did I Do It List” will focus you on your goals and create quick results.