If anyone believes in a good checklist, then I encourage you to read my book, “The Fitness Checklist for Retirees“. Although I believe this book to be a great checklist, it still has its drawbacks. Whenever you feel like a failure because you missed something on your to-do list or if you fall victim to “analysis paralysis“, then I suggest this new approach. A simple “Not-To-Do List”.
This list tends to be much shorter, more manageable, and actionable.
Say I was to make a Not-To-Do List to get in shape, it would look like this:
1. I will NOT miss a scheduled workout.
2. I will NOT drink a caloric beverage.
3. I will NOT eat non-real foods.
Three things that if I avoid will lead to success.
What about you?
If you were to create a Not-To-Do List, what would you avoid that could lead to better results?
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