If you want to have a more productive day – and you should want that – then each task must be prioritized. To boost your personal productivity it’s not enough to log your activities as I suggested in my last blog. You must also identify which tasks are important.
Make the best use of your time and resources by prioritization. This is a process that determines the order for dealing with a series of items or tasks according to their relative importance.
Prioritize your tasks and activities according to time-sensitive significance. Spend your time on items that are important – not just urgent. By doing this you will eliminate the stress of frequent tight deadlines. Do you recognize the distinction between important and urgent activities?