"I used to be stressed all the time, but I cannot recall one more stressful moment since I started working with it."
Debby-Esmeé de Vlugt, college student, writing for Tabula Rasa
Most of us become regular to-do list makers at some point in our lives. We tend to scribble them down carelessly on Post-it notes, in diaries, on pieces of scrap paper, without any sense of forethought. If we get too busy, however, such a system tends to collapse. We get stressed and foggy, and lose the big picture. What’s needed, in such busy times, is a proper to-do list philosophy: a fine-tuned system that will allow you to use your lists in a highly efficient way. This is exactly what the book Make Lists Not Fists - written by college instructor Dr. R. Rensma - offers.
Make Lists Not Fists was written with a student audience in mind, but its method can be put into practice by anyone with a busy life. It will help you to de-stress, de-clutter, and take charge of your productivity - all through the power of lists.