A,B,C List

Break up your task list based on priority, no more than 3-6 items in the A or B category, with C taking all of whatever is left over. Rewriting this every day gives you the opportunity to re-prioritize your tasks based on what the days schedule is looking like or if new tasks come your way.

This is also very powerful as a weekly prompt, if you add D and E to it. This then breaks up a larger task list into a priority organized list of 5 lists. Each list can then be worked on each day of the week. 


  • Task List


  • Task List


  • Task List
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