In the same way someone who wants to lose weight might hide the sweet treats, I am putting my weakness behind as much of a hurdle as I can. 

Greg Morris

One of the reasons I love Analogue Productivity is that your notebook defaults to no. It’s not going to move tasks forward for you. There has to be intention behind the action of moving something to the next notebook or month.

Contrast this with digital task managers that keep things around forever and pop up little red badges when you have stuff that’s overdue.

The barrier of having to write down a task/project again clarifies its importance. If it feels like too much work you’re seeing that it’s not important.