In today’s episode of the podcast, we discuss what I have heard described as the “yin” to the “yang” of to-do lists. While I believe in to-do lists I definitely understand that, at times, they can be overwhelming in the sense that they are never really “done”. This can lead to lost motivation and feeling like there’s really no point. Keeping a “done” list is an easy way to combat this feeling. We’re also going to share a few simple tips for starting your own, plus some ways to make the most out of your “done” list.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Resources Used for this Episode
- The Power of the Done List
- Trade Your To-Do List for a Done List
- Why To-Do Lists Don’t Work and Done Lists Do
- The Art of the Done List: Harnessing the Power of Progress
- Here’s What You Should Do Instead Of Writing A To-Do List
- Track Every Small Progress for a Successful “Done List”
- Work Smarter: Why You Should Add a ‘Done List’ to Your To-Do List
- Use a “Done List” to Keep Yourself Feeling Efficient and Motivated
Quote of the Week
Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task.
— William James
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Vickie and Larissa