Seriously, how do you make to do lists?
Do they vary by personality?
As my business begins to really take off, I find myself craving more structure. Those that know me, can now pick their jaw off the ground.
Yes, in the past, I've typically been a fly by the seat of your pants kind of person. It has worked for me, but it is not working so well these days.
My business is thriving, and I don't want it to stop. In fact, I've even been able to outsource some of my tasks (next on the list is someone to clean the house).
However, with my business growth, I really need to develop a plan on how to make a to do list that will fit my personality and that I can stick with on a consistent basis.
So, I really am asking you: What works for you?
I've decided to run a little competition between all of you. I really need help with making my to do list work for me and my business, and I'm calling on you for support and ideas.
The person I choose that provides the best ideas for my personality and fits into my business, will win a Reviewin' It consult.
This package is a personal consultation with me to discuss either your blog or your social media strategies. The package is valued at $95 and for your help it is FREE.
Not only will you receive your free consultation, you will also be showcased in my blog and through my social media connections with your expertise on to do lists. Your business information will be sent to thousands of people! Talk about exposure.
Are you ready?
Here is what I've started with:
1. I know that I need to find a balance between overly structured and not enough structure. I work better when I am busy and have a plan, but if my plan is too detailed, I fight it tooth and nails.
2. My to do list needs to be flexible to add for the projects that require quick turn around.
3. Deadlines have worked for me in the past, but I often wait until the last minute and then my stress is through the roof.
4. I don't mind working on weekends, but I like to close up shop each day by 5 (doesn't always work, but I try).
5. Personal items like cleaning, doing laundry and grocery shopping are usually last on the list, and sometimes are lucky to get finished.
So, who's in? Are you ready to compete in a win win for you and me?
Comment below or visit us on Facebook to share with me your best strategy for how to make to do lists.
I'll reveal my winner to you next week!
Thanks and I can't wait to see your suggestions!