Lists of everything.
Why you can never have too many lists
You noticed that your sister’s umbrella rib is broken. You heard your mom admire Julia Roberts in perfume advertising. Dad said he had been listening to the last The Beach Boys album for two weeks. Write in the list:
- Sister — durable umbrella with fiberglass ribs
- Mom — Lancome La Vie Est Belle Perfume
- Dad — a ticket to The Beach Boys concert.
The idea is not just to give any name — it should be like a flash. The name should be like something that makes this book a tidbit for you.
Why to read this book? Because it made your neighbor write a resignation letter and quit his job to start his own business, and you still can’t make up your mind to do the same. Or because you were said the character of the book is like you. Or because the book consists of 280 tweets and this is funny. There are no answers that are incorrect. The main thing is the reason should be good enough to make you start reading it.
Also it’s good to note who recommended this book to you. It is good manners to say thanks to that person after reading, even if it’s Newsweek or Oprah Winfrey. If it is a friend or a colleague, you can even share opinions.
There is a Check mode in SingularityApp. Decide how often you will view the Lists project (once a week, every two weeks, once a month). View the lists, delete irrelevant items, and put a few items into the plan for the week.
A convenient copy-paste, which we have been waiting forSpring Novelties in SingularityApp: Copy and Paste Tasks in the Mobile App