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The Psychology Behind Making a To-Do List

And why it’ll boost your creativity, reliability, and results.

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Send that email, finish that article, follow up on that client, read that book, tidy the house, do the shopping. Some people do these things with ease and without prior planning.

But for most of us, when we have hundreds of things to do today, we often struggle to…




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Jon Hawkins

Jon Hawkins

Asking questions, seeking answers. I write articles that help you better understand the Universe and your place in it. MA Philosophy @ Durham University.

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