In this post, we’re going to talk about your “To-Do List.” Unlike a lot of other people I like to plan things out in weekly blocks instead of daily blocks. This allows me the flexibility to concentrate on the important things instead of being stuck in a day-to-day grind where all I do is work.
To give you an understanding of how I structure my week, take a look at this video which reviews my To-Do List:
Weekly To-Do List Template
Here a few key points and extras for this video:
- I separate personal and business tasks
- Each task is 45 minutes in length. I do about 45-50 tasks a week which comes out to 33-37 hours of uninterrupted blocks of effort.
- My business is separated into three major categories (affiliate marketing, information product and my new blog—Steve Scott Site.)
- Feel free to download a free sample of my to-do list template. If you don’t have Excel, here’s the PDF version of this weekly to-do list.
- Finally this link has a close-up of what my to-do list looks like after I’ve used it for a few days.
I’m not really sure if you’re using to-do lists in your professional and personal life. If you don’t, I highly recommend you start using them. My productivity skyrocketed once I implemented this tool. It’s definitely helped me concentrate on the important things and make sure I stay on course with what I have to get done during a week.Take Action. Get Results.