The time management of prioritized to-do lists needs one addition. Adding the location and time at which you’ll do things. Apparently, many studies have shown that deciding in advance where and when you’ll perform a task, whether working out or returning phone calls can double to triple the chances that you’ll do it. It further reduces the number of decisions you make and sets up your unconscious to look for the opportunity to complete the task. Of course, if you’re using prioritized task completion, where the most important one gets done first, this may work in most cases. Treating the task as a scheduled appointment gives you a great relief.