People who get things done make "to do" lists. Considering it important to take action on your "to do" list leads to taking care of things. When you create a "to do" list, label it "to do with joy."
When you explicitly write that it is a "to do with joy" list, you are giving yourself a valuable message: You are telling your mind to remember to be joyful.
A person might feel rushed to do all the things on the "to do" list. A person might feel a little resentful or overwhelmed that he or she has so many things to do. But when you call your list a "to do with joy list," you are preparing yourself to feel good while you do the things that you want to do.
([From Rabbi Zelig Pliskin's book: "Taking Action" - page 72] (Artscroll.com)