How do you do your to-do?
Yesterday I wrote about my positive attitude toward summer ending and the workload increasing.
And it’s true, I do have a positive attitude toward almost everything.
And then I took that closer look at my to do list.
Oof. That’s a pretty long list.
On that list is a reminder to read this recent article from Wired:
I put it there because I really liked this line:
“Every to-do list is a midlife crisis of unfulfilled promise.”
Maybe true, but seems a little negative!
I like to think of every crisis as some kind of a midlife crisis because that means I will live well into my 100s.
(Dave: remember to insert joke about Cubs next championship here)
The more challenges I face, the longer I’ll need to stay alive to conquer them.
Also on my list is a reminder to ask you how you manage your own to-do list.
Me? I give my projects names. I use a program called Toodledo which is nice, it’s clean and simple but not perfect. I don’t want to take the time to climb up any new learning curves.
How about you? How do you keep up with your work?