The To-Do List Strategy You Need if You’re Always Busy
I don’t see myself as an incredible multitasker. Indeed, I think that it’s really hard to accomplish more than one thing at one time.
I don’t methodically handle one thing immediately. Rather, I bounce around from assignment to assignment so as to continue wearing down my apparently ceaseless schedule
However, I decided to improve my techniques. For this very reason I chose to try a technique called “batching”. Fundamentally, it implies that you amass comparable undertakings together and afterward deal with them in one swoop. This strategy helps you to avoid confusions when you shift gears from project to project. Rather, you can stay focused on the current workload. Well, let’s stick with the “grouping like things together” theme and take a look at some pros and cons.
I Really Did Waste Less Time
First and foremost, tending to comparable assignments in the same lump of time helped me feel a great deal less fatigued and focused. In addition, I can’t even satisfactorily clarify how long I spared by not having to continually open and close a cluster of various records and program tabs. Rather, I’d access what I required, get those important errands dealt with, and after that cross an entire square of things off my rundown. It really was a shrewd approach to work!
I Was Less Intimidated by Large Projects
I did this for the majority of the job searches or blog writing I was working on that week or day. At that point, I would do my examination for every bit of work before proceeding and work out which bits match and then process batch each bit into sections and work through – as opposed to attempting to handle one bit at a time.
I Made Less Mistakes
By Batching, my thoughts weren’t as scattered, which implied I could proactively get any of those little mistakes out of my systems.
My To-Do List Took Longer to Create
I’m a visual individual. Along these lines, I knew whether I was going to stay with this grouping technique, my rundown should be organized that same way—else I’d simply wind up jumping around once more.
I normally made it along these lines:
1. I’d scribble down everything I needed to finish that day into one mammoth rundown.
2. I’d grab my highlighters and shade the comparable jobs together.
3. Then, since gazing at that highlighted mess would’ve pushed me straight over the edge, I composed an altogether new rundown taking into account my shading coding making my tasks for the day clear
It Wasn’t Always Sustainable
Recruitment is a funny beast – no day is the same and best made plans always go down a different path. While this strategy works well you need to be flexible. What’s more, while you clearly need to make a few alterations and deal with what should be done, it can be a bit of baffling and muddling. My advice is to get started on something do not dordle – get stuck in! be productive! Did you try bunching out? Reach me on Twitter and let me know how it functioned for you!