It’s a new week, and I’m sure you have a lot to get done. If you use a To-Do list, I’d like to give you a powerful new mindset that will make your days much more fun.
First, it’s time to lose your To-Do list and replace it with a “Did I Do It” list – and there is a BIG difference.
With a To-Do List, most folks find themselves a slave to the check mark and stressing out about how much there is to do.
A “Did I Do It List” assumes that you know what you have to accomplish and are only checking to make sure you’ve done it.
The secret to making this work is only to commit to three important projects per day. Everything else is a subtask that only needs confirmation of completion.
In summary. Do only three items per day and check to make sure you’re taking the steps required to keep moving.