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How To Write To-Do Lists That Make You Happier At Work

Most to-do lists confront us with only the least motivating parts of our jobs. Most to-do lists confront us with only the least motivating parts of our jobs. You may not like planning things, but your brain does. There's evidence, for example, that the experience of planning your vacation helps you to enjoy it more when it actually happens. And as I wrote recently for Fast Company, even writing to-do lists that go uncompleted can give you a productivity boost.
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