Always be realistic about your to do list, don’t have too many things on it, and then don’t forget to do the hardest and most important things first
- What is the best Indian Pre and Post-workout meal?
- What are your study techniques? How do you study good or well enough for a test, exam etc.
- What do you do when your task takes longer than 25 minutes?
- What are the best morning stretches?
- I am trying intermittent fasting. What are your thoughts on building that as a habit?
Break things down into smaller chunks and prioritize. So if brushing your teeth is a task, break it down into three – 1) turn the water on 2) squeeze the toothpaste 3) brush your teeth.
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The focus should be on the most important tasks that need to be completed first, regardless of whether is is exciting or not or how many things are there on the to do list.
- How can we achieve big goals?
- How can I keep from overloading my to-do list?
- How often do you revisit your to-do list in order to add points, prioritize, and check off items already done?
- What advice has helped you the most regarding writing a to do list?
- How many items is a realistic number to put on your to-do list?
- How do you keep from getting overwhelmed?
- What’s working better for you: exercising first thing in the morning or after your one big thing is done? Or evening?
- How to deal with laziness/ procrastination? Tips needed rn.
- How do you prioritize the tasks on your list?
- Why do you write a to-do list?