#003 Power-up Your Work From Home Productivity by Upgrading Your To-Do List
How I manage my dreaded to-do list using the energy tagging method.
The problem I find when working through my to-do list using the top-down method is it doesn’t account for me having the time or energy in one day to complete the tasks in running order. An alternative I’ve tested is planning my to-do list based on energy levels so I can be more realistic with my time and better plan productivity. In this episode I covered three tips that really helped me get stuff done and feel productive without punishing myself.
Read the micro essay this episode is based on here.
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Links & Shout Outs
Want to read the read the research article mentioned? Click here: Masicampo, E. J., & Baumeister, R. F. (2011). Consider it done! Plan making can eliminate the cognitive effects of unfulfilled goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
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Intro / Outro Music
Artist: Owl Nest
Music by: CreatorMix.com