Wunderlist is a truly amazing task management and productivity app. It’s sleek design makes it a very popular choice for beginners and experts alike and offers a range of features suiting both the solo user and teams, or even a household. I had used Wunderlist for a few years and only recently have made the switch to Asana to take advantage of some more project management style features. I love Wunderlist, and I believe you will too. I caught up with Chelsea Richardson, an expert Wunderlist user to gather some insights on how other people are using this simple, and incredibly versatile tool. I particular like how Chelsea moves tasks to her Kill List to get a clear idea of what needs to be done today! I also found her use of hashtags to assign a team to a task to be a very effective trick.
Like you, my time is precious. I remember as a kid always delaying things, putting things off. Basically hoping they would magically get done by themselves. There were many times when my dad would tell me to stop procrastinating. The word “procrastinate” meant little to five-year old me. Nevertheless, my dad would advise me against it and it is a mantra I still try to live by.
We all do it, in fact, you might be doing it right this very moment. So why then is it so attractive to delay the inevitable and what can we do about it?