When it comes to productivity, you probably already have your own list of what doesn’t work.
Working longer, harder, more hours trying to cram it all in, for one thing. That’s just a sure-fire recipe for burnout.
How about following each and every Bright, Shiny Object that crosses your path relentlessly? Yeah, that doesn’t work, either.
Lists are great, but even lists can be done wrong. And by “wrong” I just mean in a way that doesn’t produce results.
A good list should feel attainable and freeing, not intimidating. And keeping your list updated shouldn’t take a lot of work.
So that’s what doesn’t work for lists. What does??
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