How To Control A Massive To-Do List

How To Control A Massive To-Do List

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I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel like I have 10,000 balls up in the air, whilst conducting an orchestra of wasps in the middle of a hurricane…

We all let our to-do lists get the better of us at time to time. 

In this article I am going to share with you some strategies that I have used to get my to-do list under control, remove the overwhelm, and systemise my tasks to prevent future chaos from the same tasks currently clogging it up.

No Dollar, No List

When I have a massive list of stuff that needs doing, I personally prioritise my tasks like this:

Will it IMMEDIATELY make me money if I do this now?  If the answer is yes, I do that FIRSTWill this get a client contract or job (that is ALREADY paying me) finished? If the answer is yes, I do that second. Will it make me money in the short term if I do this now? If the answer is yes, I do that next.Will it make me money in the long term future (not instantly).  If the answer is yes, I leave it for later.Will this make me money at all?  If the answer is no, delete it completely. 

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