Apostolic Hipster PDA

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In his October 2003 Conference talk entitled “Three Choices“, Elder Joseph Wirthlin of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles talked about his apostolic hipster PDA.

“Each night before I go to bed, I take out a small card and write a list of the things I need to do the next day in order of their priority.

When I arrive at the office in the morning, I check my card and put all my efforts into the first item on the list. When I accomplish that item, I move on to the second and so on. Some days, I finish every item on my list. On other days, some tasks are not completed. I don’t become discouraged, however, because I’m focusing my energies on the things that matter most.”

How cool is that? An apostle of the Lord uses a modified hipster PDA!

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  1. This is actually closer to the approach taught by Earl Nightingale years and years ago. Just google “Earl Nightingale and Ivy Lee”.

    I actually wrote a little program to track your six most important tasks. If any of you are interested, I’d be happy to give any of you a copy. You can read about it at listof6.com

    If you’re interested, just contact me via my blog (link from my name.)

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