Drop lists, choose pleasure
Does making a self-improvement list or reading articles with lists help?
The new year is a good time to examine life, and so I did—mine. It was about time. I owed it to friends and family who had been nagging me to change my bad habits for years. Heck, I owed it to myself. I would manage my time better; I would stop procrastinating and get on that diet; I would, as David Allen’s books exhort, Get Things Done—GTD to aficionados and addicts.