Do you have a “To-Do” list that you work on each day? Having a to-do list is a great way to keep our important tasks organized to ensure that we compete them. As we go through life and develop ourselves, we eliminate bad habits as well as learn new lessons from life experiences. Making a “won’t do list” is another tactic you can use to keep track of these bad habits that you have eliminated as well as serve as a personal development diary of sorts to remind you of what not to do anymore.
A perfect example I can give you is if you have the habit of forgetting important dates for family members such as birthdays, anniversaries, etc. and you do not want to keep repeating this bad habit, put this on your won’t do list. It serves as a goal sheet to keep you in line of making sure you don’t repeat the bad habits or tendencies that gets you in trouble or something you wish to eliminate from your life.
You can simply add this on your smart phone by using the “notes” and keep a living won’t do list that has new additions as you see fit. We complete things on our to do list all the time, but if we keep repeating bad habits in our lives, we need a way to track them and work on eliminating them.