Manageable ones! It can be longer if it includes lots of little things, but shorter if tasks are harder or take longer to complete
I like longer ones because it gives me something to do if I get board. So when I am board I can look at my list and find something productive to do.
I’ve done long lists for years, and recently shifted to a shorter, more focused list – and I’m getting much more accomplished every day!
I think shorter but more meaningful. If the list is prioritised I think it helps & provides a sense of achievement. If the list is extensive it can be a distraction of loads of things that aren’t meaningful but just general to do things that would be a part of a normal day anyway. I write my priority to do list & complete a 2nd list with the less important tasks that I will set aside an hour to get through as many of them as possible. Those that I dont get through in the hour I will leave until the next hour tmro.
- How do you stay on schedule with your to do list?
- How can I write a good to do list?
- What tool do you use to manage to- do list?
- Do you think it is better to create my TODO list the evening before or in the morning?
- What app or software do you use to track your to do list?
- It’s sometimes hard for me to stay on task or sometimes I want to give up. With a To Do List, is it hard to stay committed to it? What keeps you going?
- What is your daily routine like?
- How do you plan out the times at which you complete your tasks? Do you find somedays don’t go as smoothly as others?
- I feel im just writing and repeating my to do everyday.. is that ok ? 😄. Or should i think to do something new
- How do you organize your to-dos to not forget anything when you work on different projects parallelly at the same time?