How to Master Your To-Dos (Exercise)

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Exercise 19: Copy the to-do A6 from my last post verbatim and by hand to an index card or to an A6 piece of paper. Hang it onto your fridge door or above your desktop. Then apply the next step:

(Continue to see the A6)

(C) 2013, Jens R. Woinowski,

(C) 2013, Jens R. Woinowski,

Here is the reasoning behind this exercise: Everybody has a to-do list, and most people have one which is too long. At least, we may assume that nearly everybody reading about self-improvement is overwhelmed by his or her to-do list. That is just like eating an elephant. With this exercise, you take the first bite.

What is the task you are going to start next? I’m curious, so I would love to see your comment.

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