101 Tasks

September 23rd, 2009

The ultimate brain dump.

When the pressure is on, I find the easiest way to gain clarity is to just write own each and every task that needs to get done.  From paying the electricity bill to client work.  It all matters as it all adds stress.

Then I am able to quickly evaluate what is important and what isn’t.  A simple activity that you don’t need to do day to day but when the crunch on this simple task helps get the stress out of your mind and onto paper.

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2 Responses to “101 Tasks”

  1. Sasha Says:

    I agree, for me writing a task based ‘To Do’ list is a great way to figure out I’m trying to do too many things.

  2. Joel Says:

    attended a speech from Andrew Thorburn the CEO of BNZ, even he said the book “7 habits” influenced him a lot, the time management etc

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