The laws of priority dynamics describe how quantities like priority and productivity behave under various circumstances.
0. Every task you said unreserved ‘yes’ to have equal priority. Saying ‘yes’ to many things implies that you believe they can be done in random order. A prioritized to-do list is not a yes-list, it’s rather a list ordered by task importance.
1. Priority can neither be created nor destroyed. It can only be transferred from one task to another. When you raise the priority of one task, you automatically lower the priority of all other tasks.
2. The uselessness of a previous prioritized to-do list, always increases as time goes by. If you don’t re-prioritize regularly based on your recent knowledge, then your plan is doomed to be dysfunctional.
3. Trying to do everything at the same time gives the same result as doing nothing: you will not complete anything.