In my last article, I talked about the art of prioritization. I think those are good first steps to take when prioritizing your list, but it can be helpful to bring some objectivity to your prioritization as well. In this article, I’m going to share a couple of the calculations that we use to prioritize tasks mathematically.
Unless you are dealing with a pretty big job, taking these steps probably isn’t necessary. But if you are struggling to figure out which task to do first, using these methods can help.