PPU 003: How to Do a Task Round Up and Mindsweep


In this episode of the Productivity Power Up podcast, we discuss the importance of aggregating your tasks and performing a mindsweep on a regular basis.

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Paper is to write things down that we need to remember. Our brains are used to think.

— Albert Einstein


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3 thoughts on “PPU 003: How to Do a Task Round Up and Mindsweep

  1. I’ve done this periodically. The Sidetracked Home Executives books (from the 70s) called it an on my mind list. I also do a weekly review so I can put work behind me. It’s not always successful but I try.

    • Weekly reviews were the toughest concept for me to implement when I first read Getting Things Done by David Allen. They really do help a lot with my control and perspective though so I have gotten much better at ensuring I do one at least every other week. I can really tell the difference in my productivity when I’m not taking the time to reflect.

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