I put a question mark in the title of this post because I admit that I have not as yet succeeded in designing a system which fills all of the requirements I set myself.
How far have I got? Here’s my assessment of my new system so far.
Re-entering tasks. I’ve solved the problem of multiple re-entered tasks.
Simple to work. Yes.
Urgent stuff. Not as good as I’d like. This is the main failing, though I don’t want to give the impression that it makes the system unworkable - far from it.
Keeping the list short. The list is always kept short and relevant throughout the day.
Getting tasks done. All unfinished tasks get worked on multiple times during the day.
Remembering tasks. I’ve solved the problem of multiple task entry.
Not deceiving yourself. Absolutely ideal for monitoring exactly how much you have succeeded in doing during a day.
Once I’ve improved how it handles urgent tasks this system will be amazing. It’s pretty amazing already!
This is the last in my series on Types of List.
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