List Making Your Way to Well-Being

by Laura Beans

Using lists to be more productive, highly successful and less stressed
What do Madonna, Martha Stewart, John Lennon, Ellen DeGeneres, Ben Franklin, Ronald Reagan, Leonardo DaVinci, Thomas Edison and Johnny Cash have in common? Each is or was a list maker. These successful people along with CEOs and lucrative entrepreneurs all use lists to keep track of their ideas, thoughts and tasks.
A self-described glazomaniac, or list-lover, Paula Rizzo teaches all the tools and tricks she knows about lists and how they can help you manage your life in the new Listful Thinking.
A recent survey by the career website found that 63 percent of all professionals frequently create to-do lists. Whether or not they use those lists correctly is another story.
Listful Thinking highlights:

  • List making will make you more productive and efficient at work and at home
  • Give you new strategies and fix bad list-making habits
  • You’ll have more time to do the things you really want to do
  • Be able to outsource aspects of your life so you won’t have to do everything all the time
  • Learn about apps, services and websites to help you keep organized
  • Give better gifts, throw better parties and be more engaged because you’ll have the time
  • Be less stressed

Broadcast journalist Paula Rizzo is the senior health producer for Fox News Channel in New York City and founder of ListProducer. An Emmy Award winner, she attributes much of her success to her compulsive list making. The author of the ebook 10 Lists Every Mom Needs, she lives and works in New York City.

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