Calendaring my tasks


Brooke,

I did a To Do thought download and came up with a massive list of things to do especially around in regards to building my website, developing my program, offering value ahead of time and 25 massive fails in the first quarter. I haven’t counted but it might be 150, perhaps even more, discrete tasks that I want to do. I took a deep breath and told myself I didn’t have to do any of these things ;-), then got rid of everything I didn’t want to do (not many of those), and came up with a half dozen or so obstacles to getting all these things done. I’ve started to prioritize as a prelude to putting them on my Google calendar. Holy smokes. It’s a bit daunting. I’ve started the prioritizing by creating two lists, “calendar now” and “calendar later.” Perhaps I’m getting to granular but I can see most of these steps taking twenty minutes to an hour. I was weened on David Allen’s Getting Things Done method of only putting appointments on calendars and keeping contextual lists. What would you suggest? My plan is to power through this and get everything on the calendar, but perhaps you have some insight that would help.

Cheers, Aaron