How to Single-Task Your To-Dos, One at a Time
When you’re single-tasking, it helps to only see one task at a time.
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How can you apply this?
Here’s a simple way:
When you’re planning your day, write your to-do‘s onto post-it notes.
💡 Use one post-it per task and keep them in the order you’ll do them.
When you’ve completed your task, just remove it and start working on the next one.
I like to move my “to-done” post-its to the corner of my desk to visualize how much I’ve accomplished during the day.
Seeing progress helps me feel motivated during post-lunch productivity doldrums.
Well said and short and sweet. I am going to try this.