Should Your To-do List Be on Paper or in Your Phone?

Is an electronic or physical list best?

A question I get asked often about time management tools is, “Which is better a paper-based or electronic to-do list? “

The short answer is… it depends.

It depends on the person, the situation, and the intended uses. Let’s look at both options and the benefits of each.

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7 Reasons You Are Not Using Your To-do List

Your List Can't Help You If You Don't Use It

Show me your to-do list.

This is a request I ask those who are interested in improving their time management.

It should be a simple question, but often, it results in stressful looks and a hurried search for a “lost list” from several days prior.

If you are using your to-do list to its potential, you need to have it at hand and be actively working it.

Where is your to-do list?

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10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait Until Deadlines

Are You Creating Your Own Stress and Added Work?

Do you wait until deadlines are upon you before taking action?

If you’re like most, you probably wait until time is running out before starting those important tasks.

Yet, staying ahead of deadlines is a powerful productivity tactic that will make you more productive while reducing stress at the same time.

Today’s post is all about why you should never wait until the last-minute on your deadlines.

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Time Management Is Not About Doing More, More, More

You Can Only Do So Much in Your Day

Someone asked me the other day if time management could help them get more done.

Yes, time management can do that.

However, there are limits.

Time management isn’t about doing more, more, more. Rather, it’s about doing more of the right things, and less of the things that waste your time.

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