When it comes to prioritising tasks, I like to read it, write it, do it:
Writing down, who’s doing what and when saves a lot of time in the long run. That whole ‘closure’ thing of finalising a plan allows you to shut the door on indecision and get to work. It also avoids that overwhelming feeling of not knowing who you need to contact, which day direct debits are coming out of the bank etc. With one less thing to deal with you can focus more on the tasks at hand which is an instant productivity booster.
As always, the actual doing is the most important part because planning means nothing without action. There’s not much more you can say about it.
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