11. Prioritize
You likely already know what part of the job is the most important or has time sensitivity. That is, of course, what you do first.

12. Group Similar Tasks
You may have noticed that it’s hard to switch gears between activities that use different parts of your brain. Grouping tasks that require a similar type of thinking will help you transition more quickly and seamlessly from one to the next. For example plan to do analytical, logical activities like organizing files and creating schedules or spreadsheets in the morning and devote the afternoon to creative things like brainstorming and writing.