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A Better To-Do List, According to a Scrum Master

The personal task board helps you see how your actions move you toward your goals

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I love to-do lists. I love the instant gratification they offer: complete a task, cross it off, and move on. Throughout my career, I’ve structured my work by making to-do-lists, constantly experimenting with formats — paper journals, spreadsheets…




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Scrumpy Dad

Scrumpy Dad

Experienced scrummaster/coach, passionate about personal development, applying work practices at home to build a happy family life.

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