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Do to-do’s work?

So I got an app installed, I’m trying Wunderlist at the moment, and started to generate a task list.
First result… positive. I managed to start a basic list and then actually complete some tasks. I followed the advice from Paul Choy, reblog’d earlier and focused on three tasks.  I completed my three selected tasks, enjoyed the brief moment (well done me) and then had the opportunity to complete a further two.
So a great result on day one. However I foresee the next dilemma. I may have completed five tasks but I have generated at least a further dozen and some of these are reocurring. So am I climbing an ever steeper hill?
Now I do not confess to having generated the ultimate to do list, as so far I have only compiled a list of tasks that were on my short term radar, the sort things I know needed doing over the next week.  So while I have a strategy to pick my top three each day, will I only ever be as good as my list?
The  challenge now is to know, understand and list the tasks that need doing for me and my family, but what is this master list going to look like and how will I know when I have it completed.

How do you generate the ultimate bloke, husband & father to do list?

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