What resonated with me was Tony's perspective on 'To Do' lists.
By concentrating on the outcome of the tasks on your list you maintain a better focus toward the results you want.
I've started using daily 'Outcome' lists where I write down the end result of what I want to accomplish each day instead of what activities I think I need to complete. It's a subtle yet distinct difference.
In my daily lists I'm now less worried about how I'll complete the tasks, which frees my thinking to stay focused on the outcome. I know I'll figure the 'how' as needed.
I find that if I concentrate on the results it helps me to focus my aim in a more productive, yet liberating way, and I actually accomplish more in a shorter amount of time.