How to Prioritize Your To Do List

A saying I share with the students of The Client Attraction Business School (CABS) is the following: A strong focus now creates a different future later. I believe in having a strong focus on getting things done, which often means implementing the things on your to do list. I understood very early in my business that you don’t get results from things you don’t implement. You can know a lot of things, but if you don’t take action, there’s nothing to show for it.

One of the things I hear from thousands of entrepreneurs each year is that their to do list is a mile long. They feel stuck in overwhelm, not knowing what to do first, and therefore don’t do much or may end up focusing on the wrong things. Today, I’d like to share a tool that I have used many times in my business to help me prioritize my own long to do list.

A strategy for business success is to focus on one thing and one thing only, until completion. (Click here to tweet this.)

In this week’s video I share how to get out of overwhelm and prioritize your to do list using a mind map. I teach you how to build your own mind map using just a blank sheet of paper. When everything is written down and completely out of your head, the mind map gives you a great “bird’s eye view” of what you have going on in your business, in a way that is easily comprehensible.

Click here to watch so I can share my strategy for prioritizing and implementing tasks. These points will help you be more effective and efficient because you’re crystal clear on what needs to be done and in what order.

Your Client Attraction Assignment

Create your own mind map. Use the strategies I have shared to prioritize your to do list and take action. These points will help you be more effective and efficient because you’re crystal clear on what needs to be done and in what order. You’ll find that now you’ll be able to implement more and get better results! Good luck!

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Comments 4

  1. Thanks so much for sharing the priority filter. I am a huge fan of Mindmaps, not only because they help me organize my thoughts because they foster creativity. For some reason, I have a problem brainstorming ideas when I have to write them in list form.

  2. Fantastic post, Fabienne. That’s exactly my problem right now. Unlike Jackie below, I’m not a big fan of mindmaps, maybe because I’m a man. :) But I love the idea of filters and am definitely going to apply them as soon as possible. Let’s get implementing, right?
    PS. Prezi is a great tool for mindmapping and I actually love to use it so maybe it’s worth a try. And it’s completetly free to use.

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