• To-Do List Makeover

  • A Simple Guide to Getting the Important Things Done
  • By: S. J. Scott
  • Narrated by: Greg Zarcone
  • Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 06-10-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: S.J. Scott
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (88 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learn: Why most people fail at getting things done!
Are you creating to-do lists that never get to-done? It's easy to start each workday with a lengthy list of tasks. Then something unexpected comes up. Next thing you know, the day is almost over. You work hard at a frantic pace, but you end up feeling frustrated because there's not enough time to do everything.
We all write lists with the hope that they will turn us into productivity machines. Sadly, to-do lists often have the opposite effect. The wrong type of list can be de-motivating, causing you to slack off and procrastinate. Discover how to create to-do lists that are both actionable and doable!
The truth is anyone can write a list. The hard part is creating a list that's actionable and also fits into your busy life. More often than not, people fill their lists with a disorganized mess of tasks, wants, needs, and random ideas. Then they sit around and wonder why they're not getting significant results in their lives.
What's the solution?
Rethink the way you manage your daily life.
Specifically, you should use multiple lists that cover different types of task. That's the core concept you'll learn in the following book.
"To-Do List Makeover" provides a step-by-step blueprint for writing effective, actionable lists. You will learn:

7 Common To-Do List Mistakes (and How to Fix Them)
The Number-One Tool for Capturing Ideas
How to Use a Project List to Identify Critical Tasks
When to Work on Routine, Daily Activities
Why the Weekly Review Helps You Get Things Done
THE App for Managing To-Do Lists
How to Complete Your THREE Important Tasks Every Day
8 Steps for Achieving Peak Results
How to Take Action (Even If You’re not Motivated)
A Step-by-Step Process for Getting Results with Your Lists
©2013 and 2014 S.J. Scott (P)2014 S.J. Scott
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful
4 out of 5 stars
By Roberto on 08-31-14

Good summary of some other books

What made the experience of listening to To-Do List Makeover the most enjoyable?

It's well read, you can easily understand what the narrator is saying

What other book might you compare To-Do List Makeover to and why?

Getting things done is similar, but it goes more into details.

Which scene was your favorite?

The MIT section

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Making to do lists is convenient and can help you organize your life in a more effective and productive way

Any additional comments?

It's a good summary of other books about personal organization. Overall I prefer David Allen's aproach on Getting Things Done, but I really liked that this summary was brief and simple.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Nicholas Keith on 04-13-16

Nothing ground breaking

Really not a lot of new information here. A lot of rehashing of old ideas. There are some good practical approach approaches to being more productive and staying on track though. If you like this one "Getting Things Done" is probably better as well as "Eat That Frog".

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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