4D: An Interesting and Effective Way to Process Tasks

I have not been keen on task prioritization, taking inspiration from Mark Forster. But after reading Kevin Kruse, I started like how to process a task before even going on forward to do it. Though Kruse recommends it for e-mail processing, it could well be applied for task processing as well. Delete it If you […]

11 Reasons Why I Still Rely Upon a Catch-All List

More than once, I’ve reverted back to using a catch-all list as my basic productivity system. Besides offering a foundation for any other productivity technique I experiment with, the humble, yet simple catch-all list had proven its mettle and gained my trust. Photo: My Catch-all List The catch-all list makes me feel that I’m not […]

Task Engagement List: Re-defining a To-do list 

The To-do list is getting bad reviews, these days. It’s pushed into the bad pages of everyone’s productivity history. I think the problem is not with the humble to-do list, but the way we use it. I suggest re-defining our To-Do list as Task Engagement List. Misuse and Abuse of To-do list Currently to-do lists […]

Fate of a Task on To-do list

In one of his articles, Kevin Kruse, the NYTimes Bestselling author, writes ‘To-do list is the place where your tasks go to die.’ I’ve been continuously using a to-do list or generically a task list for my work and personal life. I found it useful and always keep coming back despite my many-a-different desperate attempts […]

A Simple and Powerful Technique For Stree-Free Productivity

The Growing Tail of To-do List To-do list has been the hallmark trick of the productivity philosophy around the globe. If you’re like me, you must be making list of things to remember and to get things done. But it’s not uncommon for you to find the list dangerously growing and you find yourself dismayed […]