How many keep a, To-Do-List?

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  1. Apostle Jack profile image60
    Apostle Jackposted 7 years ago

    How many keep a, To-Do-List?

    I try to keep my daily activity without one,sometimes,yes,and sometimes no.About 50% dependence on a to-do-list would be my assessment.

  2. Faithful Daughter profile image83
    Faithful Daughterposted 7 years ago

    Thirty years ago, I had a 900 gb memory, today zilt! I do keep a to-do-list all the time but sometimes I forget my to-do-list.

  3. stclairjack profile image82
    stclairjackposted 7 years ago

    when at work,... omg yes. its my first monday act at my desk, a list of things i want to acomplish for the week, and i get a real lift out of crossing them off. then the next morning i re-write the list and continue until friday, where the last item on the list is always "get the hell out here, go play pool"

    at home, i keep a evolving groc list on the chalk board in the kitchen, and if i'm trying to get somewhere w/ all the needed crap,... yea, i make lists.

    i've tried living without this, and the resluts are often disastrous.

    like Faithful Daughter, i sometimes missplace my list, that torques me.

  4. JayDee Sterling profile image60
    JayDee Sterlingposted 7 years ago

    A To-Do-List, an "Almost Done-it-List", and "It-Is-Done-List" actually they are not cute little sheets of stationery, they are big notebooks.

  5. Amy Becherer profile image70
    Amy Bechererposted 7 years ago

    I rely on my memory as I am an organized person.  I usually think about what I want/need to do the next day and I have an agenda.  However, I am not inflexible and find that occasionally I must modify my "to do" list according to unexpected occurances that re-prioritize my day.  I learned, from the last job I held, that multi-tasking and prioritizing was necessary in order to field fastballs as they arrived in order to maintain equilibrium and sanity in the fastpaced business world.  I was very good at my job through learning to "Stay calm and carry on".  Flexibility and quick decision making is key.  Getting too bogged down with a list can be detrimental to the reassessments necessary to keep an optimal flow of tasks moving in the right direction.

  6. sonia05 profile image61
    sonia05posted 7 years ago

    i prepare a to-do-list when i am going out for a holiday,preparing for a party,organizing an event,family functions etc but not on a daily basis!

  7. Variety Writer profile image60
    Variety Writerposted 7 years ago

    I find that I get more done if I make a list and check it off after each task.

  8. Chouji-Von-Lycan profile image57
    Chouji-Von-Lycanposted 7 years ago

    i keep one, sometimes, when i'm in the mood to think up everything i need to do i'll get everything, but when i'm doing something i only think about what i'm doing at that moment and don't think about the other jobs, so a list helps me out no end

  9. F.B. Spannigan profile image61
    F.B. Spanniganposted 7 years ago

    I have a notebook FILLED with to do lists.

  10. profile image0
    fordieposted 7 years ago

    I gave up lists when my list of lists got too long to manage

  11. Zubair Ahmed profile image71
    Zubair Ahmedposted 7 years ago

    I keep one for all my chores in a day.  It helps plan your activities and be (as some call it) productive (I call getting stressed out your head).  To be honest it does help in managing your day2day tasks and be focused.  Hope that helps

  12. profile image0
    lovazaposted 7 years ago

    It depends upon what needs to be done. But for daily rountines, I don't need a list most of the time;  I suppose I'm not much into keeping many lists.  I think lists can be handy, but I keep in mind that not everything can be achieved on the list, so I shouldn't be discouraged.  A list can make me feel that I'm on track to accomplish what needs to be done, and to cross off the completed task, then the list gets shorter which brings me a sense of productivity.   Also, lists are great to not forget to do something during the week which can occur during a busy week.

  13. Ashantina profile image60
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    Yes, every single day. Helps me FOCUS on my short term and long term goals.

  14. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    my wife does. it's called a honey-do-list and i'm honey.

  15. guy1973 profile image59
    guy1973posted 7 years ago

    it depends, if i have so much on my mind and there are a couple of things i dont want to forget i usually put a small note  on things to do. either on my phone or on a post tick on my computer.

  16. thougtforce profile image90
    thougtforceposted 7 years ago

    No, I had before but became so stressed out from that list!
    Instead I have a not-to-do-list where I list things that I have decided I wouldn’t do anymore. I found myself doing too many unnecessary things that I could do without. After I decided not to do them anymore I feel much better and I have saved time for myself that can be used for pleasure instead!

  17. Ruchira profile image67
    Ruchiraposted 7 years ago

    It is good to keep a TO-DO list and I usually do WHEN I have lots to do on a single day. That helps me keep organized and am well co-ordinated with time.

 
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