The most important thing when it comes to prioritising is to decide where to start, dedicate a good hour or two to the task, and then to crack on with it. If you’re like me, sometimes it can feel like you’ve got so much in your head that it’s full to bursting! I’d encourage you to get this all down in a brain-dump on paper (or digital format, but old-fashioned pen and paper works for me). Let it all out, write down everything that you can think of, and if you need to, by all means refer back to those scraps of notes written on bits of paper, old napkins, random receipts, and various business cards. Then go and make a cuppa and come back with a clearer head ready to prioritise your list…

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Laura Forsyth is a business consultant and expert in time management and productivity. She has two businesses, runs and networking group and somehow also finds time to be a mum of two! see more of what she does at https://www.laura-forsyth.co.uk/