Master List

Stephanie Winston, author of “Getting Organized,” recommends keeping a master list of everything you need to do. This is a running list of things you need to remember, discuss, plan, solve, errands to run, calls to make, etc.

Low tech: notebook, index cards…

High tech: PDA, notes section of email, text file, Wiki…

Whatever you choose, it needs to be easy to add new items, and it needs to be with you at all times.

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3 comments on “Master List
  1. […] Plan menus for the week and schedule items from the master list. […]

  2. […] Organizing Tips” by Stephanie Winston-master list, recipes, paper […]

  3. […] lists. You have to decide what lists you need, and where to keep them. You may choose to use a master list, or more of a GTD setup with a Next Actions List and Projects […]

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