At this point, your weekly to-do list is kind of a masterpiece. Everything’s sorted and color-coded. Heck, you’ve even made the effort to time-block in order to ensure you have time to do things like exercise and sift through your email. There’s just one issue: At the end of the day, you still don’t feel like you’ve gotten anything done.
It’s a concept she picked up from entrepreneur Robyn Scott: Basically, in order to get sh*t done, give an emotional context for why you’re doing the things you’re doing.
In other words, with each item on your to-do list, ask yourself a single question: How will knocking this out make me feel?