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One To-Do List To Rule Them All


Robby

A friend of mine once admitted she was great at writing lists. The problem was that she had dozens of lists in different places, and never got anything done.

There is an incredible temptation to try and segment our lists. After all, shouldn’t we have one for our homes and one for our careers? If so, where does “get milk on the way home from work” reside? In the same place as “pick up dry cleaning on the way into work?”

I know it’s painful to consider, but I believe having just one to-do list will ultimately be more productive and more satisfying. However, there’s a twist, it’s okay to have multiple lists which funnel into the master list. For example, you can carry a pad and pen with you to a business networking event, as long as you transfer your notes to your primary system as soon as possible.

How about you? Do you keep one list or many? Sound off in the comments.

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About the Blogger: Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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Sun, March 20 2011 » Personal Organization, Time Management, Work/Life Balance

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