Seal knew the only way to get what he needed done in the day was to make a list of his top priorities. Each morning after breakfast he would sit down with a full list of things he needed to accomplish and one by one he could mark things off and cancel meetings until he had a final list of 3-5 tasks for the day. Each of these things were what he knew would make the most difference each day if he completed them. This was a much easier way to set his day up and also make sure his priorities were in order with his business.
Lesson: This lesson is inspired by the Rescue a CEO Post “5 Tips for Entrepreneurial Productivity“