The Life-Changing Magic of the “Stop Doing” List
Do you still find yourself getting distracted, even though you’ve set up your day to be as productive as possible?
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In this day and age, it’s just as important to have a Stop Doing List as a To-Do List.
Here are 3 tips on how to create this list:
#1 It’s All About Streamlining
In the Age of Distraction, we’re constantly navigating the flow of information, so what you don’t do becomes just as important as what you do.
This is why having a list of things to stop doing is vital.
If you know what they are, it’s that much easier to prevent yourself from doing them.
#2 Get Specific For Your To-Don‘t List
You want to get as detailed as possible so you can sift out all the small stuff that drags your productivity down.
#3 Look at the Big Picture For Your To-Do List
Now that you’ve limited your distractions and know what you want to accomplish, it’s easy to break out the small tasks that will have the most impact on your life and your progress.