I am a list person. Always have been. I have a grocery list, a bucket list, a list of things I need to do at work, etc., etc., etc. But a few years ago, it occurred to me that I was listing myself to death! All I did was stare at all my lists and feel overwhelmed and as a result, I got nothing done. My to do lists started to feel like a business plan. Something you put together with the best intentions then put on a shelf, never to look at it again.
The problem is, I, like all of you, have a ton of things to get done and to me, there is NOTHING better than the feeling of checking something off my to do list (love that feeling of a release of dopamine!). So I decided to there had to be a way to create a to do list I could actually accomplish.
Here is what I learned.
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