Throw out your shitty to-do list — here’s what to do instead

I have a confession to make: I despise to-do lists. For years, I made the mistake of writing a to-do list at the start and end of my working day, telling myself that crossing things off would bring me great joy and satisfaction (spoiler alert: it didn’t). Countless colleagues and managers who professed their love (and obsession) for to-do lists told me they would help me keep on track, manage my time, and be more productive. They couldn’t be more wrong. “I don’t think people realize how harmful this method is for productivity,” Nir Eyal, a productivity expert, author, and… This story continues at The Next Web

Throw out your shitty to-do list — here’s what to do instead

I have a confession to make: I despise to-do lists. For years, I made the mistake of writing a to-do list at the start and end of my working day, telling myself that crossing things off would bring me great joy and satisfaction (spoiler alert: it didn’t). Countless colleagues and managers who professed their love (and obsession) for to-do lists told me they would help me keep on track, manage my time, and be more productive. They couldn’t be more wrong. “I don’t think people realize how harmful this method is for productivity,” Nir Eyal, a productivity expert, author, and…

This story continues at The Next Web