The categories show priority by area. You can choose to rank them and list them in tools like Microsoft Outlook, Evernote, OneNote or a plethora of other digital tools like Trello. I encourage you to place emphasis on importance and timing. And always, be able to answer “Why” to each thing you do. This will bring it all back to your purpose — your mission in life.
I did this when I realized I needed structure in order to achieve all the big goals I have. I’ve found that breaking down our goals and tasks into bite-sized chunks is a very efficient way to be successful. Herein, I show you the categories I use. Tailor yours by importance and relevance to your life. Break things down into manageable tasks. It’s less daunting this way.