Have a good look at your current list of initiatives.
Is everything a priority?
If you answer yes, then you need to prioritize – as everything can’t be a priority!
Before you shift priorities, determine what the impact will be on either the scope of work, schedule, or budget, in addition to the hours needed to complete each task. Not everything can be a priority, so move less-critical tasks to a lower place on the list.
Determine what criteria you will use to prioritize your list. Will the top 3 be the most urgent and important? Or the ones with the least risk and greatest reward? Or the ones that are client-facing?
Find decision-making criteria that work for you.