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Chapter 9. Use a To-Do List > Drafting Your List

Drafting Your List

You may choose to prepare your to-do list at the beginning or end of the day—or both—again depending on how you like to work:

Are you a morning person? If so, consider coming into your office or workspace 10 minutes earlier, while it is still quiet, to make your list.

Do you think more clearly at the end of the day? If so, leave time before you “close up shop” each day to prepare the next day’s to-do list. Or stay a little later. Ten minutes is not very long if it relieves you from worry and enables you to plan your next day so you will not wake up in the middle of the night thinking about what you have forgotten.

Do you prefer to cover both bases? If so, at the end of each day you can review what you have accomplished and get a jump-start on the next day’s list by carrying over anything that was not completed.


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