Prioritize your daily tasks for maximum progress

Prioritize your daily tasks for maximum progress

Making a to-do list is essential for improving your time management skills. It's not just a matter of writing down what you need to do; it's a matter of understanding how to prioritize the most important tasks first and the less important tasks second.

To-do lists should be written in the evenings or first thing in the morning and arranged so that it is easy to move from one task to the next. Organizing your to-do list can help you overcome procrastination and achieve goals, continuously moving toward your ultimate success.

When you have completed each item on your daily to-do list, mark it off. You will feel a sense of accomplishment, and you will be able to move on to the next item on your list - and the ones that follow.

Prioritizing tasks by creating a to-do list will save you a lot of time when you're working on them. You'll be surprised at how much wasted time and effort you'll be able to eliminate throughout the day.

To-do lists don’t have to be inflexible. You’ll be able to add new tasks to the list as they occur and in order of importance. If there are too many tasks on your list to accomplish in one day, move the ones you didn’t complete to the next day and prioritize accordingly.

Experts in time-management agree that you can increase your productivity by 25% by working from a to-do list. You’ll be investing wisely in your mental and physical energy and causing your subconscious mind to work on the list even when you’re asleep or not thinking of it.

In order to complete a project, a to-do list should be prioritized in the order in which the tasks must be accomplished. The creation of a well-organized list of tasks not only improves productivity, but also gives you more confidence and control over your life.

The more you accomplish, the more motivated you will be to do even more. By completing each task, you gain insight and motivation you need to become more effective in your life.

You should also consider how you would organize tasks on a weekly and monthly basis. The daily tasks should lead you toward the completion of weekly tasks, which will motivate you to complete monthly duties or obligations.

It provides a clear picture of what needs to be completed on a long-term basis and will help you to confidently organize daily tasks.  

When you work from a to-do list, you create powerful momentum. Over time, you'll be able to master your time and effort by moving faster and working more efficiently.


About Sheréa  Sheréa VéJauan (Pronounced shuh-RAY VAY-jahn) is an entrepreneur, podcast host and workshop presenter. She is a published author of over eleven books and journals. She is the co-founder of The Goal Setter’s Club - a coaching organization that specializes in goal-setting exploration, plan implementation, and purpose attainment.

Sheréa is also a Certified Coach, Trainer, and Speaker with the John C. Maxwell Team and certified DISC Behavioral Analyst. She resides in Southern California, a devoted wife of thirty years and mother to three adult children. Visit her at