Could Do

6 thoughts on “Could Do”

  1. What is it with the term ‘detailing’? I’ve never fully understood the difference between getting your car ‘washed’ and ‘detailed’. I’ve never had the latter done–what do you get?

  2. haha nice! i gave luke a hard time about that list at first, but it does seem to be working, and without the stress associated with a to-do list.

  3. Chris: ew.

    Darren: washing is the outside. Detailing involves washing the outside, and vacuuming, dusting, etc. the inside.

    Jen: 🙂

  4. Another type of list is the “Could have done” list – it’s kind of a different tense than the Could do list, hmm…

    If you sometimes feel tense because of all the little things you have to remember or tell people or do or whatever, then I highly recommend the book “Getting Things Done”. It’s wikrad.

    The approach is to decide up front what the next thing you need to do with an item or idea, and then either:
    Decide you’re not going to do it, do it if it takes less than a minute, get someone else to do it, or lastly, defer it for later.

    I think the could do list came to my from a podcast on, but I can’t seem to find it now.

    Hope it helps!

    (Still not finished his robot)

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