That's one of the most important lists you can have. The list of things worth thinking about.
We live in the age of information surplus, when there are answers and shortcuts and highlights and notes and summaries for everything. But not nearly enough time to even be aware of them.
The key question isn't, "what's the answer?"
The key question is, "what's the question?"
Is this area worth thinking about?
Should I maintain the status quo?
Is this good enough?
Your focus is the heart of your organization's future. Your attention is irreplaceable.
The real question, then, is, "how much time are you spending deciding what to spend time on?"