Rather than start your day with a hastily scribbled list of tasks, take an extra minute to cluster the items by time of day. Identify which tasks you want done before 10 a.m., between 10 to 2 p.m., and after 2 p.m. That way, you’ll prioritize your workload while also establishing minigoals to complete key jobs within certain time frames.
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