Today’s episode is all about the to-do list. More specifically, the doable to-do list. As educators, we have multiple to-do lists that seem impossible! I will share tips and tricks in compiling a feasible to-do list you can create on your own. I’ll lead you through the mindset and perspective around this practice and discuss the importance of having a to-do list that is meaningful and believable to you. Finally, you’ll receive a plan with steps to create a doable to-do list that will simplify your life and give you the balance and freedom we so desire as educators. Stay tuned for this insightful episode about creating a personal doable to-do list!
In This Episode:
[01:50] What is an achievable to-do list?
[04:11] After making your doable to do list, honestly rate the possibility of making this list happen.
[07:56] Create a doable to-do list with the intention of success and happiness for that day.
[11:02] How to create a doable list.
[16:23] What is valuable about the doable to-do list is we begin by loving ourselves, committing to ourselves and making what we are doing realistic.
[17:16] When is the best time to create your doable to-do list?
- Do not create your to-do list from a place of judgement or shame. Create a doable to-do list with the intention of success and happiness for that day.
- The most important thing when creating your doable to-do list is to think about what you want to do for that day, what you need. Also, always reflect on where you are. It's about creating a to-do list that you can commit to.
- Keeping our word to ourselves not only gets things done that need to be done, but it also lightens the load in our minds. Then we start to become a person who states what we are doing or going to do and is intentional in our word which builds confidence and self-esteem.
When creating a doable to-do list, it is important to only look at the next 24 hours, no further.