To-Do List Formula: A Stress-Free Guide to Creating To-Do Lists That Work! Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Finally! Discover how to create to-do lists that work!
Do you feel frustrated because you can't seem to finish every item on your daily to-do lists? Do you feel discouraged because you're not effectively managing your workload and responsibilities at your office and home?
If so, it's not your fault.
Millions of people are using to-do lists that set them up for failure. No matter how hard they work, they're left with a laundry list of unfinished tasks at the end of each day.
You can probably relate from experience. If you're creating to-do lists like most people, your lists are almost certainly failing to do their job. You're probably feeling aggravated and dispirited as a result.
The good news is that there's a simple solution. It's a matter of using an approach specifically designed to help you organize, manage, and address every task and responsibility on your plate in a timely fashion.
This approach is detailed in To-Do List Formula: A Stress-Free Guide to Creating To-Do Lists That Work! It's the only guide you'll ever need to create an effective personal task management system.
To-do lists and personal task management made simple!
In To-Do List Formula, you'll discover:
- Eight reasons you're failing to get through your daily to-do lists
- The 10 most popular to-do list systems (and why they're flawed)
- Step-by-step instructions for creating the perfect to-do list
- How to keep your to-do list system running smoothly
- The pros and cons of paper vs. online to-do lists
- How your to-do lists and calendar work together
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 35 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||July 18, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #34,857 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#181 in Stress Management (Audible Books & Originals)
#234 in Time Management (Books)
#743 in Stress Management Self-Help
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The need for a piece of software to address this is I think compelling, but most are insufficient. It is also hard to walk the line between Project management lite, and a more extensive task list.
1. Decide what to put on the list which includes when
2. Decide on the description and size of the task
3. Stretching your performance, w/o over scheduling and getting into the habit of falling short and this being acceptable
4. Motivation Feedback to allow the Dopamine to work for you
There was a profound book called "The Laws of Simplicity" which I think also overlaps and extends some of the concepts here. The brain is a machine and understanding how it works, is important to optimize performance. Focus is critical in our world today, complexity and noise can prevent optimum performance.
The best point of the Task list is to help you decide the most important tasks.
I think the skill of operating a good task list takes time to fully perfect for you, so I recommend reviewing the book periodically.
In a nutshell, Damon clearly explains exactly why most people's approach to to-do lists end up in futility and failure. Then he provides the steps you can take to transform your to-do lists into powerful time-saving tools. But he doesn't stop there. Damon also examines the 10 Most Popular To-Do List Systems from top to bottom. Advantages and pitfalls. And then helps you decide which is best for you.
It's an excellent and very thorough how-to guide. The only thing lacking are examples of the various to-do list systems in action. A few graphics or visuals could have helped with the big picture. Even so, that omission isn't that big a deal.
By the way, the rest of this review is a bit nostalgic. So you can skip this portion if you like.
I was pleasantly surprised and happy to see Damon Zahariades' name pop up here on Amazon. We go way back. Not as in personal friends. More like a comforting blast from the past. Damon was around way back in the early days of Internet Marketing when us old-timers used to happily shell out $47 bucks for PDF How-To "ebooks".
I was on Damon's email list and thoroughly enjoyed his entertaining style of writing. He could make dry marketing topics sound like a big-time edge-of-your-seat Hollywood thriller. I even purchased a $47 "ebook" from Damon called The Special Report Bible. Mainly because I wanted to pay him back for all the excellent content he provided in his newsletters. But time marches on, and the old Internet Marketing crowd faded into the sunset, long gone. At least, that's what I thought. Good to see Damon back in the saddle again...
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I particularly liked the Tips and observations at the end of the book. These help you think a little deeper about what you are trying to achieve and how best to go about it. The book has enabled me to seamlessly and quickly build a new system and move to a new way of working that has improved my productivity, focus, and motivation significantly.
It's a great value multi-layered resource I expect to keep returning to as a reference as I evolve my system to match my changing needs.
Overall this is a resource that I have found it easy to engage with, despite a lack of visual aids, and it has quickly produced worthwhile results for me.
It also tells you have to create the "perfect" To-Do list and more importantly, how to maintain it.
It has shown me that choosing Omni Focus for my Mac, iPhone and iPad was the best software tool to use that encompasses all the features of the "perfect" To-Do list.
The hard part id maintaining the daily habit, especially when stuff piles up on several hectice days.
an inexpensive and simple to follow, read.