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The Did-Do List....

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh

It's long ago since I wrote something here...

So, what is the Did-Do list, I guess everybody already knows about the To-Do list, those loooong (very long) lists of things that you have to finish by the end of day/week/month/year...

I've asked a few of people I know who already use the To-Do lists effectively... and here what I got:
  • I try to minimize things I put in the To-Do list so that I don't get disappointed when I finish only 1/3 of them..
  • I put all what I need to finish during the whole week so that I don't get disappointed when I waste a day..
  • I hate the To-Do lists, so, my secretary keeps track of it ( :D ).
Ah, before I forget, the idea of the Did-Do list is not mine, I've read about it somewhere online (I can't find the link again =( )

The Did-Do list is about listing what you already DID, this would encourage you to do more to get a bigger list...

It's human nature to get delighted when he finishes something... when you look at your list and you find 5-6 items there, it gives you a feeling "Let's do a few more to hit 10"...

It's just an idea anyway, I just thought it may help you... If you liked it, let me know...

Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat Allah wa barakatoh


  1. I just like it .. it fulfil me with power ..eventhough i hate such reading or knowin by those staff at the end of the term!

    Anyway, thank you!!

    & Gonna be applied later! :S :)


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