Making lists seems like a simple thing to do. But, making the right lists (and learning how to put them into action) is critical to success. I wouldn’t be where I am today without my lists! On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, you’ll hear how ListProducer.com founder Paula Rizzo has taken list making to a whole new level. And why her book, Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed will forever change the way you live and work – and how much you will get done.
Does it take a lot of effort (and stress!) to do the smallest things? And does the clutter in your inbox and the chaos on your calendar get in the way of your big ideas, life goals and success? Paula discovered that successful people make lists. From Ben Franklin to Madonna, John Lennon to Richard Branson… most CEOs and entrepreneurs have all used lists to keep track of their thoughts and tasks.
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Paula always loved making lists (she says she got it from her father who once made a list of ‘how to leave the house in the morning’). Being organized, prepared and ready for anything paid off for Paula, and let to her career as an Emmy Award-winning producer. So when the checklist she made to find a new apartment in Manhattan circulated among friends and then spread to real estate agents, Paula realized she had valuable knowledge to share and launched her ListProducer.com website and blog.
In her book, Paula shows how to order and separate lists, what words to use and how to plug into apps like Evernote and Matchbook. Listen to our interview here to get a free chapter and a special to-do list template.
On this episode of Glambition Radio, Paula and I bond over honey-do’s, outsourcing and healthy living through lists. I know you’ll get a lot out of this episode.
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