There’s a decent productivity book for every day of the year. In true business book fashion, they all say roughly the same thing. One tip you’ll find in every single one of them is to make lists. So I’m going with it. Next week, I’m going to start every day by making a list of the things I can reasonably expect to accomplish. Some days the list might be three bullets, and some days it might take up two pages. I don’t really know, because I haven’t been the list-making type.
Ten minutes of listing at the start of every day should result in improved productivity, right? If it doesn’t, no big deal. I’m trying it for a week, and we’ll see how it goes. Hopefully I’ll have something good to report a week from today.