Just as we plan our vacations, we need to plan a work exit and re-entrance. Otherwise we will lose all we gained from our time off. Ryan Phelan on June 13, 2023 If I were an email marketer going on vacation for three weeks, what would I do on my first day back in the … Continue reading Email marketers: What’s on your vacation to-do list?
By Jeremy Caplan November 21, 2022 This article is republished with permission from Wonder Tools, a newsletter that helps you discover the most useful sites and apps. Subscribe here. I have orphaned lists lying uncompleted in apps like Remember the Milk, Toodledo, and Any.do. I’ve played with Things and TickTick. I used to like Wunderlist (RIP). All were nice and shiny for a … Continue reading When looking for an app to make your to-do lists, less is more
By Deb Tennen–Zapier October 30, 2022 Last summer, a friend of mine was about to leave on a trip for Mexico when she realized that her passport had expired. One round-trip flight and hundreds of dollars in fees later, and she got the expedited renewal before her trip. But the secondhand anxiety was enough … Continue reading Make this radical change to your to-do list
Annabel Maw December 10, 2020 When you get a new to-do item, do you immediately pick up your phone and go straight to your notes, or do you locate a pen and paper to write it down? There’s a constant battle between paper and digital. There are tons of statistics on why digital to-do apps … Continue reading Why Written To-Do Lists Increase Productivity
Susan Poirier December 3, 2020 If your ToDo list is made up of: Administrative Duties: scheduling meetings, draft and send emails, filtering your inbox Managing your database of contacts and customers Proofreading office documents Sending greeting cards, invitations, and newsletters Storing and managing files in your cloud software Travel planning Creating forms Setting up project … Continue reading What’s on Your To-Do List?
Dave Brock November 30, 2020 My life seems to be spent in one meeting after another. Reviews of all types, planning sessions, problem solving sessions, training—you name it, I go from meeting to meeting. In most of those meetings, we are trying to address some issue–how to win a deal, how to address performance issues, … Continue reading Action Plans: The Well Structured “To-Do”
Patty Tucker — February 21, 2020 The prestigious Arthur W. Page Society recently conducted a global survey of Chief Communications Officers’ (CCOs) current challenges and responsibilities. The Executive Summary and full “The CCO As Pacesetter” report highlight four main workstreams CCOs are undertaking as they help their CEOs drive transformation. These workstreams are wholly scalable … Continue reading Global CCO’s To-Do Lists Offer Valuable Business Insights
Choncé Maddox — March 14, 2019 — March 14, 2019 Do you ever feel like a slave to your to-do list? If your list is a mile long each day, you’re likely not alone. Crossing items off your to-do list can give you a feeling of accomplishment. However, it’s inevitable that more and more items … Continue reading 5 Effective Ways to Tame Your To-Do List
Melissa Ingold — February 18, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — February 18, 2019 With all the amazing tools out there for managing your projects, schedule, and team, you’d think the humble to-do list would fall by the wayside. And yet many of us continue to rely on this old favorite because it’s simple, it’s flexible, and … Continue reading How to Write a To-do List You’ll Actually Use
Rose Leadem — November 29, 2018 — November 29, 2018 bohed / Pixabay Writing a to-do list sounds easy — simply jotting down all of your worries and to-dos on a sheet of paper… What could be so hard? The truth of the matter is: there’s a large difference between writing a to-do list and … Continue reading 7 Professional Tips for Crafting the Perfect To-Do List