Define specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals for your tasks.
Large tasks can be overwhelming and contribute to procrastination. Break them into smaller, more manageable steps.
Identify the most important and time-sensitive tasks. Focus on completing high-priority items first, and then move on to less urgent ones.
Establish a daily or weekly schedule. Allocate specific time blocks for work, breaks, and leisure.
Maintain a to-do list to keep track of your tasks. Check off items as you complete them.
This adds a sense of urgency and helps prevent procrastination. Be realistic with your deadlines to avoid unnecessary stress.