Prioritise tasks based on importance
Think about how critical your tasks are and then rank your tasks by importance. This will help you get started on the most important tasks and not be distracted by those that don't matter.
Set deadlines and milestones
The best way to manage your time and focus on important tasks is to set realistic deadlines and milestones. You can do this by setting time goals, creating a to-do list and tracking your progress.
Start small and build momentum
Don't delve into big tasks right away. Start with smaller tasks, and gradually work your way up to your main objective. This will help you complete your objectives faster and you will have more energy to tackle larger tasks.
Use the Pomodoro technique
The idea is to work on a task for 25 minutes, take a five-minute break and then work for another 25 minutes before taking another break. Repeat this process 4 times and then take a long break of 15-30 minutes based on the amount of work left.