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Quotes About Lists

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    Lists today are a way of trying to get through the day because we are losing a sense of time.
    David Viscott
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    People now feel time accelerating. Lists allow them to feel some sense of accomplishment.
    David Viscott
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    The human animal differs from the lesser primates in his passion for lists.
    H. Allen Smith
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    We like lists because we don't want to die.
    Umberto Eco
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    The original lists were probably carved in stone and represented longer periods of time. They contained things like 'Get More Clay. Make Better Oven.'
    David Viscott
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    Lists are how I parse and manage the world.
    Adam Savage
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    Lists have always implied social order.
    David Viscott
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    People are remarkably bad at remembering long lists of goals. I learned this at a professional level when trying to get my high-performance coaching clients to stay on track; the longer their lists of to-dos and goals, the more overwhelmed and off-track they got. Clarity comes with simplicity.
    Brendon Butchard
  • 9
    I constantly make lists and itineraries and then can't stick to any of them.
    Freema Agyeman
  • 10
    What lists and awards don't measure - and I feel this strongly - is the lasting value of any work of art. They're a snapshot of a moment, and one should always consider their judgments in that context.
    Jennifer Egan
  • 11
    Lists are anti-democratic discriminatory elitist and sometimes the print is too small.
    David Ives
  • 12
    "Life would certainly be easier if we all came equipped with our own personal FAQ lists. When we meet someone, we could pass them a business card with the list on the back, and then step back and let them read before
  • 13
    we tried to talk."
    Jeff Lindsay
  • 14
    A lot of us think we're invincible... but we have to start putting ourselves on the to-do list.
    Giuliana Rancic
  • 15
    I'll settle down when my 'To Do' list is smaller than my 'Been There Done That' list. I always write 'Wake Up' on my To-Do-List so I can at least accomplish one thing a day. Sometimes our stop-doing list needs to be bigger than our to-do list.
    Patti Digh
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    My to-do list is so long that it doesn't have an end; it has an event horizon.
    Craig Bruce
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    One of the secrets of getting more done is to make a to do list every day keep it visible and use it as a guide to action as you go through the day.
    Jean De La Fontaine
  • 1
    Lists today are a way of trying to get through the day because we are losing a sense of time.
  • 2
    People now feel time accelerating. Lists allow them to feel some sense of accomplishment.
  • 3
    The human animal differs from the lesser primates in his passion for lists.
  • 4
    We like lists because we don't want to die.
  • 5
    The original lists were probably carved in stone and represented longer periods of time. They contained things like 'Get More Clay. Make Better Oven.'
  • 6
    Lists are how I parse and manage the world.
  • 7
    Lists have always implied social order.
  • 8
    People are remarkably bad at remembering long lists of goals. I learned this at a professional level when trying to get my high-performance coaching clients to stay on track; the longer their lists of to-dos and goals, the more overwhelmed and off-track they got. Clarity comes with simplicity.
  • 9
    I constantly make lists and itineraries and then can't stick to any of them.
  • 10
    What lists and awards don't measure - and I feel this strongly - is the lasting value of any work of art. They're a snapshot of a moment, and one should always consider their judgments in that context.
  • 11
    Lists are anti-democratic discriminatory elitist and sometimes the print is too small.
  • 12
    "Life would certainly be easier if we all came equipped with our own personal FAQ lists. When we meet someone, we could pass them a business card with the list on the back, and then step back and let them read before
  • 13
    we tried to talk."
  • 14
    A lot of us think we're invincible... but we have to start putting ourselves on the to-do list.
  • 15
    I'll settle down when my 'To Do' list is smaller than my 'Been There Done That' list. I always write 'Wake Up' on my To-Do-List so I can at least accomplish one thing a day. Sometimes our stop-doing list needs to be bigger than our to-do list.
  • 16
    My to-do list is so long that it doesn't have an end; it has an event horizon.
  • 17
    One of the secrets of getting more done is to make a to do list every day keep it visible and use it as a guide to action as you go through the day.
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