There are lots of things you start at the top, for example:
- Ice cream cones
- Writing letters
- Washing windows
And when the To Do list just looks too daunting, that’s where I start – at the top.
It’s tempting to look at the To Do list like a buffet menu. Which would be good to do first? And which do I feel like doing next?
But when nothing on the To Do list seems appealing, I’ve found that simply starting at the top and working my way down is the best way to actually get things checked off. Otherwise I just keep looking at the list and debating where to start.
So, just like going down a slide, attack that unappealing To Do list from the top. It sure feels good when you get to the bottom!
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