109: A New Way to Think About Your To-Do List

What is the one thing you would do if only you had the time to do it?

Would you study the Bible more? Invite people over for conversation and ministry? Pursue that business dream you’ve had on your mind for years?

Whatever that one thing is, the common denominator is not having the time to do it.

We’d all love more time in our days to get things done. Ok, well, maybe not a lot more time. We’re tired!

However, I think you would agree that there is room for improvement with your time and home management so you can do more of what you want to do or what you feel God has called you to do.

This month on the podcast, I will share ways you can begin to take control of your time and home so you can make room for the most important things.

I also have two guests joining me this month to inspire you to figure out what you need to do to make time for those most important things.

So let’s start with what bogs you down most. And that is with your to-do list.

Honestly, does anyone ever fully complete their to-do list? I don’t think so. I mean, we always have dirty laundry, dirty dishes, and a dirty house. No matter how much we try to stay on top of these things, there is always more to be done.

Maybe it’s time we begin thinking about our to-do list in a new way.

What if I told you that you could get the most important things done without having a never-ending to-do list?

Sounds impossible or like a dream, right?

It’s true. However, it will take a mindset shift and some new habits to begin thinking this way. But once you catch on and keep up with the method I’m about to share, you will start to see more productivity regarding the things that matter most. Isn’t that what we all want at the end of the day?

In This Episode, We Cover:

  • A simple four step process to help you capture your to-dos and thoughts so you can prioritize what’s most important.
  • My favorite tool for managing my to-dos and thoughts.
  • How grouping to-dos into routines will help you get important things done more effortlessly.

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