1. Define a maximum of 7 ProductivActions (smallrocks) that you’ll work on; these will be your priority actions, one per day.
Since there are 7 rocks, you can work 7 days a week if you want...
But I don’t recommend it, at least not long-term. Take care of 3 to 5 ProductivActions (small rocks) per week.
Some rocks may require 2 days of work. With time, you’ll find what’s right for you and how many actions to prioritize.
2. Make a list of your secondary tasks. Plan for a maximum of 8 because other tasks will inevitably be added to your list throughout the week.
3. Make a list of your routines which are recurring tasks. By this, I mean repetitive tasks, personal and/or professional, that you need to take care of every week. The goal is to incorporate them into a routine. Limit yourself to one routine task per day.