How often do you revisit your to-do list in order to add points, prioritize, and check off items already done?

Mechtild F.
Today is the first day Im writing my to-do list, but I will try to stay commited to it and add/change points so I can get the most of the day!

Naja F.
It really depends on the day. Sometimes I look just once about mid-morning to make sure I’m not forgetting anything, and then again in the afternoon or early evening to check things off (yay!). I put together my to-do list at bedtime so I don’t procrastinate in the morning or waste my afternoon time trying to think of all the things I need to do, I just glance and get going!

Tobias N.
Typically twice a day. I also decide what to delegate or to postpone several times a day every time when I check off a task.

Regina A.
When I plan I usually structure my to dos into time blocks so when a time block is over I check of everything I’ve done and add things that have come to my mind in the meanwhile. Prioritizing is done the evening before or between the time blocks if something new came up

Clifton Y.
I use the word SMART
S for specific is the goal clearly written, with no ambivalence? Is it clear who needs to accomplish the goal and any support they might expect?
M for measurable Does the goal answer the questions of how many, how much and or how often?
A for achievable can you get support needed to achieve the goal by the target date? Do you have all the resources needed to achieve the goal? Are the results expected realistic?
R for relevant does the goal make a difference in your career? Is it going to make an improvement in your personal life? Is it going to significantly make a difference to your business?
T for time-bound Does the goal state a clear and specific completion date?