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The Magic of Simplifying Your Life: Streamline Your ‘To-do’ List

As Leaders, Simplifying Our Life

Directly Contributes to Our Bottom Line, Too

 Any of you fans of ‘to-do’ lists?

I’m a ‘to-do’ list lover. I always have been and at this stage in life, I can’t imagine changing my ole habit. I have a particular client who uses daily planner as faithfully as I do. If you happen to be reading this post, I’m fairly confident you know who you are 🙂

The neuroanatomy of leadership is a complex system. It’s also one that we all share – so it applies to every single one of us.

Our brain is quite busy taking care of a myriad of things for us. When we rely on our ‘to-do’ list, it provides our mind a bit of freedom from having to juggle and coordinate all of our responsibilities, thereby releasing a gust of dopamine in the interim. Dopamine is one of those neurotransmitters responsible for producing a sense of satisfaction. It’s also responsible for a happiness and pleasure. It’s a feel-good neurotransmitter 😉

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Incorporate more ways to shorten your ‘to-do’ list by streamlining processes, such as:

  • Implement zero cost growth strategies
  • integrating subscription based models
  • improve processes to capture untapped revenue you are leaving on the table
  • streamline your workforce to recapture wasted expenses

Our brains are quite magical. Give yours a break by considering the value of incorporating streamlined processes. Make life easier on you as the leader of your company. Make life a lot easier for your employees, too.

For more tips for those of us who love our ‘to-do’ lists, Longacre (2017) provides some great tools in her article titled, The Magic of Having a Single To-Do List. That sense of accomplishment is one I’m confident we all like.