The more proactive checklist:

Email

Why make a regular old to-do list, when you can catch up on correspondence and set dynamic reminders at the same time?

Replace the step where you write “email Tom” in your day planner, and instead get good at skipping straight to firing off those vital messages.

As your inbox fills with active and important emails, it becomes a living checklist.

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