Daily prioritization is your top priority. -Emily Tevault, Chief Producktivity Officer
Because you took the necessary time to identify your ducks and connect with your vision, organizing will be easier. Planning andprioritizing your tasks allows you to manage your time more efficiently and achieve your personal and professional goals more effectively.
Whether you keep a mental list of what needs to be accomplished, hand write your list or electronically track your tasks, you always have more to do than you can accomplish on any given day. Review your list daily and assign a priority level to each item. Avoid doing the easier, low priority tasks first. You will temporarily feel great about removing some items from your list, but the other items will continue to grow in priority. If you have multiple projects, set a timer and devote uninterrupted time to each task. Adhere to the timeframe you have chosen. Create milestones and celebrate the successful completion of your prioritized tasks. Having your expected tasks prioritized will provide you with the flexibility to re-prioritize to accommodate unexpected issues that arise each day.