It happens that the amount of work that needs to be done is large, and the time for this is limited. In order to increase productivity, try to follow these rules.
Parkinson’s law. This rule says that any job will try to take all the time that is allocated to it. If you set aside a month for a task that you can handle in a week, then most likely you will spend a whole month on this work. Therefore, set reasonable deadlines for work.
Pareto law or rule 80/20. This means that 20% of work gives 80% of the result, and the other 80% of work – only 20% of the result. Focus on what brings you the most results.
The principle of “next steps”. This rule is that when performing any work, it is necessary to make a plan of a sequence of specific actions. That is, you need to divide the entire workload into small stages.
Prioritize. Using this rule, you need to divide the priorities into three main points: what you want to do, what you need to do, and what you need to do. Feel the difference.