So far this week, I’ve explained how I handle the several big things that must be done each day in my freelance business. But I didn't talk about what to do with all the small tasks that seem to endlessly get bumped to the next day.

First, I believe it's important to create to-do lists. Write all these little tasks down, no matter how little they seem. Even something as small as renewing your library books will rattle around in your head using brain power and zapping creativity. Put it on paper so it's out of your head.

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Written by ObjectOriented
478 days ago

I have had the same problem with fulfilling my to do lists. I also get trapped mulling over them instead of finishing these tasks.



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