I’ve been doing to-do lists for a long time. Every single morning, I wake up and write down exactly what I want to accomplish by the end of the day.
As I crossed things off that list, I felt a sense of pride and accomplishment. Crossing things of my goal list is extremely gratifying.
In my opinion, to-do lists are amazing. They give you an outline of the day. They allow you to complete your goals and promote generating/implementing a routine.
They’re built for people that use the common excuse; “I don’t have time,” which, I’ve discovered, is quite a large number of the population.
Outline Your Day
Wake up every morning and write down exactly what you want to accomplish by the end of the day. Keep it short and concise.
Long lists prevent you from completing them, which knocks you down a peg at the end of the…
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