39 Things Not To Do

The “Not-To-Do” list, Charlie Munger, and bad decisions to avoid.

Adara Hagman

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I love To-Do lists.

They help me stay organized and brain dump everything I need to do.

Also, it’s super satisfying to check off items once they’re completed. 😊

My to-do list today. I apologize that my handwriting is a bit messy. 😅

If you don’t already keep a to-do list, I would highly recommend it.

Why?

✅ They help make sure you get done what you need to.

🌞Help to relieve stress and leave your mind feeling clearer.

🎁You get to cross out or check the boxes of your tasks!

Several other reasons, but trust me they’re helpful.

I recommend making to-do lists digitally on Trello or in a notebook.

To-Do Lists help us spend our time in the best way.

Having to-do lists gives us the ability to spend our time making decisions that make the most sense for ourselves and our goals.

Put simply they help us make “good” decisions.

But what if we had a list of “bad” decisions. A list that in order to accomplish, you have to NOT do anything on it.

Avoiding bad decisions is as…

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