"Your to-stop-doing list is exactly what it sounds like: a list of things you simply don’t want to do anymore. Think about the tasks that drain your energy without contributing to anything worthwhile.
There will always be tasks that drain your energy for outcomes you believe in — it takes a lot of energy to be a social worker, for example — but the to-stop-doing list is for tasks that bring you down without giving you joy or helping anyone else. Try to come up with at least 3-5 things you currently do that drain your time and keep your focus away from more important tasks.
There is a lot of power in being willing to walk away. No one can hold power over you as long as you’re willing to walk away."