How do you keep track of your goals if you don’t keep lists? In fact, how do you even know what your goals are unless they’re in a list? It’s a rare person that has so few goals that they can remember all of them and the progress made toward achieving them. And as well as goal setting and tracking there are other great benefits to being a list maker.
1. Keeps You Organized
One of the best reasons to make lists is, quite simply, that it keeps you super organized! Whether you are a busy stay at home mom or the manager of a crowded office, it still helps to know exactly what all of your tasks are for the day. Writing everything you want to achieve down in a nice list and being able to check them off as you go inspires you to stay motivated and gives you a physical indictor of your progress.