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Kristen Mazzola says
Good points khmazz. Hadn't thought about posting a list on my mirror.
Kelly Kline Burnett says
Great answer. Breaking it down by time frame is a great idea. THanks.
I find I do this sometimes as well, where I keep the to do list when I need one, but simply jotting down tasks on a calender during quieter times. THanks for thiis answer iburmaster.
Tim Mitchell says
I'm kind of the same way when it comes to mental to do lists. I find it works better with short term to do lists.
Hello joanwz. I agree. I use radiant thinking more than linear. A list of three is a triangle and five is a star or pentagon. They both are polygons. The star adds complexity and enough most say. Ponder the American Flag and series. 5,50,10, etc
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