A better to-do list

The to-do list is necessary part of brain hygiene. And like showers and shaving, if you don't make them part of an everyday ritual, things can get a little gnarly.

Yet we have a terrible time with the to-do; seems we're often stuck in some Sisyphean situation. Nearly 90 percent of respondents to a recent LinkedIn poll said they couldn't finish up their list in a given day. And judging by the ever-expanding inventory of articles about how to hack your to-do. There are as many ways of seeing your to-do as there are people who keep them. But this is a good thing: If there were just one way to to-do, it would be like having a universal shoe size or sleep schedule.

Here’s the gist- Rule 1-2-5: On any given day, assume that you can only accomplish one big thing, three medium things, and five small things, and narrow down your to-do list to those nine items.

Copyright: The idea of this todo list is not mine. I'm a developer who implement this method in Android.

Urls about this concept
http://www.fastcompany.com/3007885/1-3-5-rule-more-doable-do-lists
http://www.thedailymuse.com/career/a-better-to-do-list-the-1-3-5-rule/


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There are a lot of discussion on this rule, please join the community and discuss about any thing you concern about.
Most famous question is
What happen if your rule is 2-3-5 or 3-3-3, ....
A: Try to organize tasks flow 1-3-5 rule and then you will be amazed soon :)


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