Do you prepare a Things to Do list to follow up everyday?

@ssh123 (31104)
India
December 25, 2006 12:52am CST
A person is perpetualy hesitating which one of the several works he should do first, cannot do anything and is always in confusion. Adopt a technique called Things to Do list and prioritize it. You will achieve all the things in the list enthusiastically. How many of you have the habit of listing the works/assignments you have to do next day? How you achieve it?
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6 responses
• India
27 Dec 06
i am a house wife so in normal day i am not going to make a list , just do all my work one by one its come . but when i have to go bank for deposite Rent , deposite LIC premium deposite school fees deposite mobile bill purchase kirana i mean to say if i have lots of work to do than only i have make a list what to do first or second otherwise not .
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
27 Dec 06
Thanks for your interesting response. The TTD (Things to do) really helps you to things in an organised manner. You are on the right track.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
27 Dec 06
You response has been given BR
• India
27 Dec 06
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• India
17 Jan 07
i always think of this but do not do. Feel some lazy.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
18 Jan 07
I think by not listing thing, I tend to take more time doing the work and by going about doing different things at different times, not methodical.
• Singapore
29 Dec 06
i dont have that for personal life but i have an 'Action item' list in my work area. sometimes, when there's too many reports or things to do, i might get so confused with which one to handle first...so in my action item list, i will list them as according to priority and urgency, and will check it off once i complete the task.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
29 Dec 06
Similar confusion will prevail, once you handle domestic front in full fledge. All you have to do is to adopt the same technique as you have at office. Thanks for additional information you have given in this response.
@tmansoor0 (206)
• Qatar
27 Dec 06
I never prepare a list of things to be done the next day. However i do prepare it mentally what jobs have to be done and which one to be done on priority basis.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
28 Dec 06
If one can remember the things to be done on priority wise, then there is no need to prepare a list. The habit and the memory power are really admirable.
@diannne (200)
• Philippines
27 Dec 06
not exactly, at night before sleeping i think of what i will do the next day. but upon waking up and knowing what ill do that day, ill spend it with spontaneity.. :D
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
27 Dec 06
When there are too many things to do, and especially certain things which are to be completed next day, the writing of TTD (*things to do) is very useful, so that you will not miss completing it. It is frustrating if you forget a thing which requires 15 to 20 kms travelling, and when you had gone to that place for something else and you forgot this particular thing. I appreciate your response because remembering mentally is not depending on a slip to which some people become slaves.
• United States
26 Dec 06
I do not make a to do list I live life in the moment I feel as if you dont live in the moment you miss opertunitys they pass you by because you stick to the same rutene day in and day out. I know not everyone is like this we all have our own ways but this is mine.
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@ssh123 (31104)
• India
26 Dec 06
For me without a list, mostof the works are leftout untouched. I have two lists one for house-holds, another for business. Thanks for your valid points given in the response.