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Forget the stale advice of writing a to-do list based on high-to-low priorities. You’ll wind up getting ensnared in the first few items and never progressing. It’s better to list all the things you must do. Re-order the list starting with the task you enjoy the most. Make the very last item your least favorite. Then tackle your list from the bottom up. Why? Once you complete the task you dislike most, the next chore will seem more palatable and you’ll speed up.
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