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Blast through Your To-Do List

Let me ask you something: Do you have a to-do list?

I know, it’s a silly question. Because even if you don’t actually have a to-do list written down, you’re certainly carrying around a mental list in your head. And either way, I bet your list is absolutely teeming with tasks.

This is especially true if you’ve just started in on the idea of creating a product or making money using the Kindle marketplace. Because now not only do you have a personal to-do list (e.g., vacuum the floor and take the trash out), but you also have your professional to do list (research a book, write it, market it, buy a yacht etc.)

But if you’re like most people, I bet you also run into a problem with actually getting all those things done. Does that sound familiar?

You start the day out with good intentions. You have your to-do list in front of you and you’re feeling good. But since the day is just getting started, you don’t feel any particular pressure. So you check your emails, hit Facebook. You make some posts. You watch a few videos. etc.

Sure, that would be fine if the above activities went on for about 10 minutes. But that’s not what happens. Instead, you keep frittering away your time, 10 minutes here, 20 minutes there… until your entire morning is gone. And then the guilt settles on you like a heavy blanket. You’re kicking yourself for wasting your time – again!

I know it’s frustrating, but don’t feel bad about it, it’s how we are wired, but there IS a way around it.

A proven, powerful way that’s worked for me, worked for countless others, and maybe it’s even worked for you in the past.

Here’s the big, ‘get it all done fast’, secret:

1. Create your to-do list.

2. Assign a time to each task on your list, ranging from 15 minutes to two hours. Take note that it works best to break up your list into tasks that take 30 minutes or less.

3. Set a timer for the first task on your list and work like heck until it’s done. Now checking your email, no going to Facebook, no getting up and walk around. Instead, you give the task in front of you your full and focused attention until the task is done.

If you don’t believe this works, go ahead and try it right now.

Pick a 15 minute task on your list, set a timer and be amazed as you blast through that task. Pretty awesome, right?

Of course I love maximizing everything, including maximizing my time, so I created a way to turn this old “timer method” into a powerhouse method.  You see, the problem with the old fashioned method is that it’s, well, old-fashioned. It takes time to create the list, set the timer. And while you get rewarded with a feeling of accomplishment when the timer goes off, that’s all you get in terms of rewards.

That’s why we put together the “Taskimizer” software. I use it everyday and I’m actually using it right now while I write this article…  You see this amazing little software program automates your to-do list creation. All you have to do is make a few mouse clicks to create your list and assign a time for each task. Another mouse click later and you’re off and running, blasting through your to-do list, with the software keeping time for you!

Make no mistake, this isn’t come glorified egg timer. The software also:

Keeps track of your time…  Rewards you for completed tasks…  Makes it easy to create your to-do lists and blast through them…  Let’s you ouput you weekly task lists so you can judge your productivity

And much, much more.

Best of all, Taskimizer is FREE if you own the book.

All you have to do is login via the READER ONLY PAGE HERE

If you don’t own the book yet, you will need to grab a copy then register for access Get Started Here – And be sure to try it out ASAP, because you’re going to LOVE the results!