As referenced in his to-do list, every morning Benjamin Franklin started his day with the question "What good shall I do this day?" (Even better: he ended the day with "What good have I done today?") Franklin's daily to-do list is just one of many we've found that is inspiring us to think of how we structure our days, and what are priorities are, and should be. Here's what you can do: Make a daily list and stick to it—and make it meaningful, just like Ben's. In an effort to inspire others, share in the comments below what's on your to-do list.
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