How the six list can set your productivity on fire

What are you doing tomorrow? Work? Travel? You probably have a rough idea of what you’ll be doing, but what are things you actually need to do. These are the things that are going to help change your life for the better.

Sometimes the ever looming ‘need to do’ list hangs over you and can feel like a dark cloud following you everywhere you go. With all the things that are calling for your attention how can you prioritize so that important things get done.

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The good news is that there is an organised and satisfying way to clear your task list, and it’s easy.

The Six List method is quite simple. Before you go to be each night write down the top six things that you need to accomplish the next day, in order (no more than six things should  be on your list). Then, starting the next morning systematically go through the list, completing the tasks in order, crossing out each thing as you go.

That’s it.

By writing down exactly what need to get done you introduce structure into your day, enabling you to focus and complete tasks with gusto.

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Once you open a Monese account, you’ll have one less thing to worry about. It makes managing your money a breeze, so tasks like paying a bill or sending money abroad can be done quickly and easily. And if you are paying someone else with a Monese account it can be done instantly, in real-time. No need to add that to your task list, ever.

With instant payments, low rate transfers, contactless Visa Debit card and in app visual spend charts you can succinctly manage your finances, stress-free.

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