Are you addicted to making lists?
I think I would be lost if I didn’t have a pen and paper. I love sticky notes because I am always thinking of something I need to do or remember or get or whatever.
Do you feel that way and are you right there with me?
1.Provide a positive psychological process whereby questions and confusions can be worked through. True purposes surface.
2.Foster a capacity to select and prioritize. This is useful for an information-overload situation.
3.Separate minutia from what matters, which is good for identity as well as achievement.
4.Help determine the steps needed. That which resonates informs direction and plan.
5.Combat avoidance. Taking abstract to concrete sets the stage for commitment and action. Especially if you add self-imposed deadlines.
6.Organize and contain a sense of inner chaos, which can make your load feel more manageable
Wendy has a challenge for all. She has a fun little project to share with you this morning – and it’s all about LISTS! If you know her, you know she is a HUGE list-maker. She loves being able to write up a list of things that are needed to do and cross them off methodically…it’s one of her happiest moments when she looks at a huge list of items that are completely crossed off. 🙂 (If that’s weird, please don’t tell me…)
That is me too. I think it is a great feeling to cross that off and know that you got something done and now you can move on and feel good.
I thought I would help those of you that like lists. I found a whole bunch to help with ideas and making challenges and just to keep you focused.
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Do you like to make shopping lists?
What kind of a list do you do?