Don’t you know what to do every day?
Are you working more than the normal hours of work?
Here are some tips from Kuza Biashara, on the two lists you need to refer every morning.
List of things to do or “The List of Priority”
First make a list of what to do for the day. This could the list of your success and growth rate. It isn’t easy to write the list of things to do. It should include the list of priority first. The most important things have to be listed first. Highlight your priority in green to understand the importance of work. Then prepare the list in the order of preference. This is how an ideal to-do list should appear. Do not overload the list with too many things to do. It should be limited and most importantly achievable. Making a list shouldn’t be the priority; instead completing the list should be the priority. It is a good habit to share the list with your employees. This ensures faster working and your list will be completed at the earliest. Apart from sharing the list, you can also consult your employees while you prepare the list. This helps in writing a good list, which will help you in many ways. This list of priority should talk about what your company is focused to do. It talks of what you will achieve and want to achieve for the day and in the near future.
List of things not to do or “The list of Ignorance”
Apart from making the above list, it is equally important to make a list of things not to do. Your not to do list is as important as your to-do list. This list helps you save your time and energy. It is a good business practice to make this list of ignorance, as it ensures protection from loss of money. Waste of time and energy will lead to loss of money. This list talks about the things to eliminate from your mind and business. The list you prepare of ignorance or the not to do list has to be dealt with care and responsibility. Once you make a list it should be your final list. Never re-write your to-do lists and not to do lists. Thus, one does not need to panic and work on their list of ignorance.