Are your tasks completionable?
Completionable? It is a new word! If a task is “completionable”, it means that you can reasonably expect to complete your task in a reasonable amount of time.
My experience is that to do lists often contain tasks that cannot be completed in a reasonable amount of time. This results in to do lists that cannot be completed. Sounds frustrating doesn’t it?
On a recent episode of my radio show, Practical ADHD Strategies, I explained…
- What it means for a task to be “completionable.”
- How to know if your tasks are “completionable.”
- How you can make your tasks more “completionable” and your to do list more effective.
Listen in below.
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