In this episode of the Productivity Power Up Podcast, we share some pros and cons of using your calendar as a to-do list. There have been some pretty good cases made for both sides of this debate. We don’t think there is a “wrong way” to do this because if you do it and it works for you, by all means don’t change it!
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
- David Allen – Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
- Franklin Covey
- Vegetarian Zen Podcast Episode 116 – The Vegan Cheese Episode
- Michael Hyatt
- First to Final Copyediting
- Tomato Timer
Resources Used for this Episode
- Your Calendar Is Not a To-Do List
- How To Create More Margin In Your Life
- Why You Should Put Your To dos on Your Calendar
- How To Use A Calendar and To Do List With Each Other
Quote of the Week
Getting things done is not simply about getting things done. It’s about being appropriately engaged with your work and life.
— David Allen from the Revised GTD 2015
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Vickie and Larissa