I spent the last week of 2021 rereading Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day. One section of the book describes the power of a might do list versus a to do list.
The might do list gives you the power to start a new project at any time, but doesn’t hold you to unrealistic goals that you won’t get to. After all, you might do them.
Without further adieu, my might do list for this year:
- Write a book about productivity.
- Record some podcast episodes.
- Take up painting.
- Run a race again.
- Host another live event.
- Work with my kids on a collaborative/creative effort.
- Sell some baseball cards.
What’s on your Might Do list this year? Share at #4OCF.