Uncomfortable To Do is the minimalist productivity app based on: "Productivity" Tricks for the Neurotic, Manic-Depressive, and Crazy (Like Me) blog article written by Tim Ferriss's on the 4-HourWorkWeek blog.
Do you find yourself constantly moving from one "productivity" app to the next? Do you check your favorite blogs for the newest in productivity tips, techniques. and apps? When you install the latest to do list app do you enjoy setting it up with the things you constantly think about finishing, but never get around to - all the while thinking: "With this new app, after I set it up, I can finally finish all those things I have been putting off!" Do you use it for a day only to find out about a new app on a tech blog and immediately think: "If only I had that app, then I could finally finish this or that"
What is needed is not a new productivity app every week, but a system and a set of rules to follow.
Uncomfortable To Do is a minimalist to do app based on following a set of rules not only to maximize your productivity, but to reduced anxiety and increase peace of mind by asking hard specific questions about and doing, the most anxious or uncomfortable tasks you have.
Enter up to three to do's following these rules among others outlined in the IN APP RULES: Would I be satisfied with my day if I accomplished this one thing? Will doing this allow me or make it easier to finish my other tasks?
No way affiliated or endorsed by Tim Ferriss or any respective holdings such as The Four Hour Work Week, Four Hour Work Week Blog, etc.
Developed by Alex Vasquez, Salt Lake City June 2014 using PhoneGap and standard web stack.