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Don’t Worry About Finishing Your Entire To-Do List

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I keep a daily to do list and more often than not, I don’t finish all of the items.

Most of the time, I’m okay with this because I usually do finish my two or three highest priority items.

I suggest prioritizing your to-do list and having a smaller subset of items within the larger list that are…

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Alykhan Gulamali

Alykhan Gulamali

Author of Calorie Counting Made Easy and The Effort Matrix. Over 4M views in health, finance, and productivity. Trying not to suck at life.

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