Check out this video I created to respond to a question about organizing task lists. Whether or not you use to-do lists, I'm sure you've found yourself with a lot on your plate at some point, and every now and then you forget things. It's normal. I do it too sometimes.
So, what do you think? Based on my organizational experience (and occasional human spurts of therapeutic disorganization) will I recommend that you write it all down? Hmmm, let's see...
To be fair, sometimes we all need to write things down. Actually I can think of some very specific times that task lists come in handy. They are as follows:
I admit that I create to-do lists for clients on a regular basis. I devise categories to divide each list into sub-lists based on what I know about the client in question. For one client I divide the list into tasks related to scheduling, finances, creativity, and parenting. She finds this extremely helpful. I bet you will too. But please, please give the to-do list free lifestyle a try. I am sincerely loving it.
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