Why Your To-Do List Isn’t Getting Done

Businessman in dark gray suit raise his hand in action of stop and word "stop" on his red palmWhat to stop doing may be more important than what to do.

By Bill Reeb

Much of your focus is naturally on “What can I do today to move me one step closer to whatever I am trying to achieve?”

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While “doing the work” really seems to be about actions you should take, often it is just as much – if not more – about what actions to stop.