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The need for a piece of software to address this is I think compelling, but most are insufficient. It is also hard to walk the line between Project management lite, and a more extensive task list.
1. Decide what to put on the list which includes when
2. Decide on the description and size of the task
3. Stretching your performance, w/o over scheduling and getting into the habit of falling short and this being acceptable
4. Motivation Feedback to allow the Dopamine to work for you
There was a profound book called "The Laws of Simplicity" which I think also overlaps and extends some of the concepts here. The brain is a machine and understanding how it works, is important to optimize performance. Focus is critical in our world today, complexity and noise can prevent optimum performance.
The best point of the Task list is to help you decide the most important tasks.
I think the skill of operating a good task list takes time to fully perfect for you, so I recommend reviewing the book periodically.
In a nutshell, Damon clearly explains exactly why most people's approach to to-do lists end up in futility and failure. Then he provides the steps you can take to transform your to-do lists into powerful time-saving tools. But he doesn't stop there. Damon also examines the 10 Most Popular To-Do List Systems from top to bottom. Advantages and pitfalls. And then helps you decide which is best for you.
It's an excellent and very thorough how-to guide. The only thing lacking are examples of the various to-do list systems in action. A few graphics or visuals could have helped with the big picture. Even so, that omission isn't that big a deal.
By the way, the rest of this review is a bit nostalgic. So you can skip this portion if you like.
I was pleasantly surprised and happy to see Damon Zahariades' name pop up here on Amazon. We go way back. Not as in personal friends. More like a comforting blast from the past. Damon was around way back in the early days of Internet Marketing when us old-timers used to happily shell out $47 bucks for PDF How-To "ebooks".
I was on Damon's email list and thoroughly enjoyed his entertaining style of writing. He could make dry marketing topics sound like a big-time edge-of-your-seat Hollywood thriller. I even purchased a $47 "ebook" from Damon called The Special Report Bible. Mainly because I wanted to pay him back for all the excellent content he provided in his newsletters. But time marches on, and the old Internet Marketing crowd faded into the sunset, long gone. At least, that's what I thought. Good to see Damon back in the saddle again...