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Seeing Is Doing: Eight Creative Ways To Visualise Your To-Do List

Sometimes my task list is too overwhelming. I want to take a big step back and look at my week or month ahead and really visualise what’s coming up — it can be tricky to zoom out and understand how your task list fits into your overall schedule, but I’ve found visual representations can really help.


How To Ruthlessly Prioritise Your Task List To Get More Done

Have you ever noticed how easy it is to make a to do list, but how much harder it is to actually finish it? Prioritisation makes a huge difference when it comes to actually completing that task list. The trick is to be as ruthless as you can stand.


Schedule A 'Fix-It Afternoon' To Clear Out Low-Priority To-Do Items

We all have a few annoying small items on our to-do list. They never seem to get done because of more pressing stuff. They taunt us and sit at the bottom of the list. To clear them out, set aside one afternoon and get them all done.


Any.do 2.0 Adds New Tools To Collaborate And Plan Your Day

iOS/Android/Web: Any.do is one of our favourite to-do apps, and Any.do 2.0 promises to make it even better. The new update includes tools to manage family and household to-dos, work and team projects, voice notes and attachments, and a premium tier that adds much-desired features, such as customisable recurring tasks.


Keep A 'Top 3' To-Do List To Keep Your Momentum Up

Your to-do list probably fills up pretty quickly. When the things on your list get overwhelming, motivation starts to drop. Combat this by picking the three most important items and giving them their own top priority list.


Manage Your Energy Instead Of Your Tasks

We’ve probably all got a to-do list to keep us productive and on task. To mix things up a bit, try focusing on the energy you need to do the task instead of the outcome.


Use Your Hourly Wage To Tackle Or Outsource To-Dos

There are lots of chores you can outsource, but you need to be sure you aren’t spending more than what the job is worth to you. Once you know your hourly wage, you can decide if a task is worth doing or paying someone else to do it.


The Projecteze System Keeps You Productive With Just A Word Processor

A lot of to-do list systems require you to adopt new apps or tools. The Projecteze method works with your favourite word processor and requires almost no time to set up.


Ask Yourself These Five Questions To Prioritise Your To-Do List

Your to-do list should only have the items that need to be there. To prioritise it, ask a series of questions about each task so you know whether to keep it on your list or trash it.


Get Into A Good Workflow Using Video Game Principles As Inspiration

When you’re playing a video game, you become completely absorbed in what you’re doing, and you’re completing tasks while time is flying by. Using some of the principles game designers use, you can apply that same concept of flow to your work.