Why Everyone Should Have a “Stop Doing” List

“Every item on your to-do list can be thought of as having a return on investment — whether that be in emotional or financial capital.”

Maybe what you need to become more productive isn’t a better to do list, but rather a list of things you’re NOT going to spend time doing.

Robert Glazer shares his five steps to create a “stop doing” list including to have a firm grasp on your core values, resist energy drains, and determine the return on investment from each item on your to do list.

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