Prioritising is a common problem, many struggle with it on a regular basis. Where do you start? And what do you even start with?
It is very important to prioritise your life. I want to explain why you should be doing this and what aspects of your life you should consider putting first.
Previously I have spoken about creating time, but this steers back to prioritisation again – so here’s how to get through your day in the most constructive way.
Start by prioritising your tasks. You’ll be able to create a more positive mindset to do what you need to do – and to the best of your ability.
Why? Because when you prioritise something you’re placing importance on it and you’re far more likely to succeed at it!
Being constructive also means getting things done faster! Why? because with more order comes a tidier mind and a more productive you!
You’ll also find that you have spent less time finding the time to do what you need to. It might see, obvious but this saves you a considerable amount of planning hours.
It’s clear that a messy life equates to a messy mind. With that can come a considerable amount of stress?
So, prioritise your tasks, take time to do each one, one at a time. You’ll feel the stress relief. You won’t have had to think about all of your tasks at the same time – with no plan to tackle them.
Productivity and creativity
As well as everything I’ve mentioned so far, including creating more time for your tasks, you’ll find that you’re able to be a lot more productive.
When you’re productive, this frees up the mental space to get creative, think outside the box and go beyond your own expectations of your abilities.
Some work or tasks can be tedious. But believe me, if you’ve created the space to prioritise certain jobs, you’ll find them a lot more enjoyable!
Not only will you enjoy yourself a bit more, but you’ll also get things done a lot faster than you expected. After all, time flies when you’re having fun.
Someone who prioritises their life will come across as more trustworthy and respected by others. You’re more likely to be seen as someone who takes things seriously when you’re asked to do something. Someone who will complete the job at hand.
Prioritising your own expectations
This all creates a path for you to be more self-reliant and build a strong sense of self.
When you’re ticking each of those tasks off your list and feeling great about it, you’ll find more confidence in yourself.
You’re not only placing the task or job as a priority, but also yourself. You’re taking the time to do something that’s important to you.
So. remember to start making yourself a priority.