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If to do lists are not working for you, try this.

WOW!
Jacob Spencer, College Freshman
Ultimate Medical Academy, Tampa, Florida

It's different and neat and yes I am terrible with lists, because I don't have a simplistic way of categorizing it. This seems fun and can't wait to try it -- actually.

Mind Map
Melissa
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

I reviewed the Mind Map Time Management site, and it was because I related well with this type of management. I am more visual, creative, and I love lists. It shows you that you need a basic "to do" list and it includes: makes a list of tasks, prioritize the tasks, work the list.

Basically, write it, make the most important first, and DO it! I like how the site also says that although this works for simple tasks, it may not work for multiple tasks for various roles in a day. Using the different colors with the branches is a great idea and I often organize different tasks with different colors already and make a key. This is really helpful in time management and I will definitely use this.

Creative Organization!
College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

I really enjoyed reading through this website. It gave me some great ideas for using mind mapping as an organizational technique. I've already tried it to map my goals for this term, and I can tell it will work much better for me than plain to-do lists. I recommend this method to anyone who struggles to manage their time effectively.


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