Yes, I give each task an “A”, “B”, or “C” priority, and then I focus on trying to get the “A” tasks done by the end of the day. If all the A’s get done and I still have time, I start on the B list. The next day, I re-prioritize my list, after I’ve added any new tasks. I take the top 3 or 4 B’s and shift them to become A’s then shift the rest of the tasks up or down, as appropriate.
- How do you approach your to-do list. On what basis do you review and what’s your cadence?
- How do you find motivation for doing all tasks when it gets too difficult?
- Do you plan fun tasks in?
- How do you set up your to-do list and what items do not make the cut?
- How can I focus and concentrate on my studies?
- How do you keep track of things that you want to get done but not necessarily today?
- Do you use this to help with ADHD?
- How do I keep from making the list impossible to get done in a day?
- I have found the anxiety of listing leads me to more destructive avoidance behaviors. Do you have this problem? What do you do about it?
- Do you ever put frivolous activities on your to do list?
- How can I incorporate a disability into a feasible Todo list? Some days are bad, the pain is bad, I am not.
- How do you handle long term ToDo items? Things like « Thinking about future life projects », which is more of a background task than an actual item to « do » in the moment per se.
- I find detailed todos easier to complete. What is your best way to write actionable todos?
- What app do you recommend for making a to do list?
- How do you prioritise things on your to do list?