The best way I can think of to talk about how to prioritize your project to-do list is to give you a little peek-behind-the-scenes at my life.
It’s 5:30 pm on a weekday and I’m still tapping away at my keyboard — desperately trying to wrap up the day’s work.
Well, partly it’s because I’ve been at it since early in the morning and I’m ready for a break.
But mostly it’s because I’m getting incredibly hungry. “Hangry” is the technical term. 😉
Hangry [adjective]: a horrific combination of hunger and anger, resulting in a grouchy, unproductive mood.
When I find myself in a hangry state, I turn to my go-to dinner — pasta.
Fortunately, my husband loves pasta. (I do most of the cooking in our house. I find it therapeutic — except when I’m hangry, that is.)
Today’s article is about tackling your to-do list even when it has you in a terrible mood.
Believe it or not, there are lessons about how to prioritize your project to-do list which you can learn from a plate of spaghetti!
Let’s dive in … and if you want to make your BIG project easier to tackle, be sure to grab my FREE Instant Project Prioritizer.