Oh, the great To-Do List Debate! The productivity world loves arguing over this topic. Are to-do lists the only way to keep yourself on task, or an unrealistic goal that just stresses you out and make you feel bad about all the things you never get to? Should you keep a short list of the most essential items, or a massive running list of every task you’ll ever need to remember? I won’t try to jump into this debate, because the truth is that different things work for different people.
I love lists. And I make many of them. I make lists of my daily tasks. I make lists of the articles I need to write each month — both in a Word doc and in a separate notebook. I make lists in most of my blog posts. I make lists for ... Read Post
If you're having trouble being productive, it's likely because you're being distracted by something shiny. Instead of using software to block everything out, Stepcase Lifehack recommends you keep a "banished list" of tasks you're no... Read Post