Tag: to-do list

New Year’s Resolutions List? Try a List of Old Year’s Accomplishments Instead.

  I really like James Altucher’s suggestion to scrap your to-do list, or at least minimize it greatly, and replace it with an “I Did” list that details your daily or weekly accomplishments. The idea is that the traditional to-do list causes stress and a feeling of defeat when, inevitably, we fail to check everything

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How to do better when you realize you’re letting people down all around you.

It is really hard to admit when I am overwhelmed.  I should qualify that:  I’m not overwhelmed to the point where I just can’t function anymore.  I’m just … situationally overwhelemed.  Like, at work, I can hold it together while I talk to desperate people in desperate situations.  I can smack down the email that

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