Finish a Task by Putting it On Your Schedule

I love to-do lists, schedules, calendars, and anything else that allows me not to try and remember what I’m doing next. Scheduling a task, particularly one that’s easy to avoid or procrastinate on, will help you prioritize it. There are many good articles on this topic, but here’s two to start:

Actually Scheduling out Habits for Better Time Management
Adding new, productive habits can be very beneficial in the long run, but difficult to begin. Dr. Caitlin Fass talks about scheduling to help achieve your time management goals.

If It Doesn’t Get Scheduled, It Will Never Get Done
Building off the idea of automated investments, this article breaks self-improvement down into small steps that you can build upon.

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