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10 Tips for Juggling Multiple Projects + Priorities


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  1. Managing multiple projects is an awesome exercise in mental juggling.

    Because I'm an ACTUAL fire juggler, I really enjoy it.

    (Yep, flaming sticks. Thats my thing.)

    What I've found MOST effective in juggling lots of project is the Weekly Review (from David Allen's excellent book, Getting Things Done.) Every week, I look at every list for every project, once.

    This makes me review whether or not a project ought to be on my list, every week. Once a quarter, I cut back the stalled projects, and focus on the really important ones alone.

  2. Courtney | The Rule Breaker's Club says:

    Caelan, you make me smile. And I'm sure you are a MASTER juggler. Weekly reviews always help me because I tend to forget just how many things I've taken on! Oops.

  3. Kizzy says:

    Thanks there are some really useful tips in this post which I had never thought about. WIll start implementing them this week!

  4. Bambi says:

    This was great, I'm def. using your tips today. I'm a multi-tasking, natural overachiever, so this will help me pump the brakes a bit ;).


  5. Jannis says:

    Managing priorities is VERY critical. I failed my first business creation attempt because I wanted to do everything at the same time + incapacity to delegate, I didn't stand a chance actually. Now I'm way better at it, thanks to article like yours, giving useful tips. I also use a software (Beesy for iPad/web) for productivity and project management that enables multiple project management and priorities settings along with an original pattern of productivity features. Now, priorities and delegation are a minor problem for me!