Your time is absolutely finite, this is a to-do list that was created on that basis.
Inspired with ideas from the book 4000 weeks by Oliver Burkeman.
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This is a notion based template (notion to-do list template)
Instructions & Ideas behind this list
- from Oliver Burkman in his book 4000 Weeks:
”Any strategy for limiting your work in progress will help here (this page), but perhaps the simplest is to keep two to-do lists, one “open” and one “closed.” The open list is for everything that’s on your plate and will doubtless be nightmarishly long. Fortunately, it’s not your job to tackle it: instead, feed tasks from the open list to the closed one—that is, a list with a fixed number of entries, ten at most. The rule is that you can’t add a new task until it’s completed. (You may also require a third list, for tasks that are “on hold” until someone else gets back to you.) You’ll never get through all the tasks on the open list—but you were never going to in any case, and at least this way you’ll complete plenty of things you genuinely care about.”
”keep a “done list,” which starts empty first thing in the morning, and which you then gradually fill with whatever you accomplish through the day. Each entry is another cheering reminder that you could, after all, have spent the day doing nothing remotely constructive—and look what you did instead! (If you’re in a serious psychological rut, lower the bar for what gets to count as an accomplishment: nobody else need ever know that you added “brushed teeth” or “made coffee” to the list.) Yet this is no mere exercise in consolation: there’s good evidence for the motivating power of “small wins,” so the likely consequence of commemorating your minor achievements in this fashion is that you’ll achieve more of them, and less-minor ones besides.”
— Another addition on How to use: This is meant to be a to-do list for work, an idea outlined in 4000 weeks to go along with this to-do list idea is that one may set boundaries for daily work, or rather a specific pre-determined amount of time on how much you will work in one day. (when you will stop working, or how long in total) - Constraints on your time make you actually get the things that are important done, or at least it makes sure you focus your time on them first.
a to-do list for work that actually works.