How to prioritize for better productivity

How to Prioritize Your To-Do List and Make Massive Progress on Your Big Project

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.

Stressed and frustrated woman

Why?

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.

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You’ve Gotta Be You

To be nobody but myself — in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting. –e.e. cummings, poet (1894-1962)

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This is such a sweet time of year. The hectic days leading up to the major December holidays are over. We’ve celebrated, relaxed, and are turning our gazes toward the year ahead.

Ready to Ring in a Fresh, New Year?

I have a tradition I like to keep. During this last week I spend some time looking back at the year that’s done, and looking ahead at the year to come. These slower days provide an opportunity to reflect, plan and make adjustments.

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