A Review of The To Do List Formula


To Do List FormulaI personally have been working on a book about how to change habits. Recently I read a book that I believe would be a great companion book to this book. The book is called The To Do List Formula, A Stress-Free Guide to Creating To-Do Lists That Work by Damon Zahariades. It is a how-to book that does exactly what it says it does.
When I first saw the title, I thought that it was one of those books that just goes through a system of making a to-do list and it was some sort of system that gives a complex system that I would never be able to do.
I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading and the book, instead of what I expected, this book explained the pros and cons of other systems and then showed a to-do system that incorporated the best of the other systems.
The To Do Formula explained how to incorporate a to-do list into an overall system that gets it done. Zahariades shows how to use a to-do list to accomplish lifelong goals. He also tells us how to use a calendar along with the to do list to make the best use of the time.
The to do list formula is simple and as the author says many times during the course of the book, it is easily adaptable to your personal needs. I highly recommend this book and I would give it five stars out of five. This is one book that I will go back to again and again. I plan to utilize many of the techniques recommended in this book including using the app todolist.com.

If you want to get more done every day, add this book to your reading list and make Zahariades recommendations your own.

2 comments
  1. I know a person who lives with me who could benefit greatly from this book. 🙂 Shh, don’t tell Bev I said that.

  2. 1authorcygnetbrown said:

    Okay, I won’t tell Bev.

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