# Listing! A simple presentation of three to five tasks that enables you to identify and visualize a core group of tasks in one place for easy reference
# It grows and shortens as you work through items
* Posted on a bulletin board, refrigerator or space readily reminds you of what you prioritize to do and when you need to do it (deadlines).
* Organize! It is an organizational tool that can be used for scheduling with electronic calendaring, strategic post-it notes, email, instant messenger, SMS and other communication services, etc.
* It can be a Not-to-do list where the time is not right, but you don't want to forget the item.
* May help you develop time-lines, sub-tasks, etc. to get the job done! (but separate from the to do list!)
#Reduce stress! You can reduce stress by itemizing and prioritizing tasks and giving them a place in your life.
# Remind yourself. A list displayed in a prominent place can remind you of what you consider important to do.
# Strategical completion. When reminded, you also are thinking about the task, as well as what resources, strategies and options for completing the task.
# It can be fun. Playing with the list can encourage thinking outside of the box for solutions. Add images and pictures to create a more enjoyable even accurate presentation.
# Use the simple exercise above to identify tasks.
# Enter items into electronic calendaring, strategic post-it notes, email, instant messenger, SMS and other communication services.
# Share with friends, family and colleagues for assistance and insights to communicate what you are working on and where you are.
# Cross off items and celebrate their completion.
# Apply the to do list to your daily life.