1. 3 Most Important Tasks. Writing down and making mental note of my top 3 tasks to get done for the day. Everything else seems to fall into place if I do that.
2. An easy and workable task list, or to do list. While I love all of these handy web 2.0 apps, computer software, very neat gadgets like palms and really cool cell phones, they just don’t work for me. I’m a lazy woman, with an even lazier attitude. I might put a task in Remember the Milk, another task in my palm, one in my Gcal and send another text to my phone. With all of these different ways of doing things, I end up spending much more time trying to organize my to do list, or consolidate it, that I don’t get much actually done.
3. Keep ubiquitous capture device. It might not be the same device for every location (I have a moleskine for work, but use my mobile for inspiration on the fly) but just being able to write stuff down when you think about it is key for me.

27 Great Tips to Keep Your Life Organized : zenhabits
  1. 最重要なタスク3つをノートに書いて一日それをやる。rhodia no.11がいい。
  2. 使いやすいタスクリストを持とう。私はケータイとcheck*padの組み合わせをおすすめする。
  3. ユビキタス・キャプチャーをしよう。これは私もモレスキンをおすすめ。