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  1. #11
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    Uh I have like 14 lists i keep on my desktop for various different purposes. But yeah.. its only to organize shit in my mind and keep track of everything, I don't really do most of my to-do list. Then again it's excessive to begin with.

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    No.

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    xNTJ's, Do you also keep a To-Do List?
    All my lists are in my head.

    But yes, I keep them... (meticulous ones)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    No.
    That's cause you dont do anything.

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    I NEVER do. I don't need a list, my memory is good enough: if I have to do something, I'll do it.
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Gosh I'm jealous of people who can remember so well.

    I always have to keep a list, or else i will forget something. no matter how small it is. I like knowing I won't forget it no matter what.

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    I used to make traditional to-do lists all the time, but as I find that my brain keeps on rejecting it, I shoot for very loose-based scheduling. I rely a lot on calendars and final deadlines, though everything else is up in the air until it happens. So I'll have an idea of what I'd want to do that week, but not that day. I organize things by priority & effort, which makes it easier to divert my attention to lesser activities without getting behind in schedule.

    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I don't understand why you guys don't do this mentally. I just have a whiteboard, and it's horrifically out of date.
    Unfortunately, my mind is too chaotic for that. I organize the hell out of my environment because it's the only way I can shape my thoughts into something understandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    That's cause you dont do anything.
    No, it's because I'm too lazy to keep a physical to-do list. I have faith (usually too much) in my mental to-do list.

    And I'm paralyzed from the ears down.

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    Yes! I have even my internet browser bookmarks planned! I have a blackboard where I write things that i have to remember. I do shopping lists. I don't have a planner though, because I haven't found any that I really like.
    Oh yeah?

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    I get stressed out and overwhelmed by detail when I overuse calendars and to-do lists...I mostly just write the important things on scraps of paper...they accumulate all over the place. And I use Rainlendar for appointments etc. It's an organic approach. And I do rely on my mind a lot to direct it all.

    I don't really get satisfaction out of completing lists.

    I used to make traditional to-do lists all the time, but as I find that my brain keeps on rejecting it, I shoot for very loose-based scheduling. I rely a lot on calendars and final deadlines, though everything else is up in the air until it happens. So I'll have an idea of what I'd want to do that week, but not that day.
    Yeah, this.

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