A lot of the tasks of my to do list always remain uncompleted. How should I make a to-do list to make sure I utilize the 100% of the day?

Evelyn F.
Why are they uncompleted? Are they not highest priority? Do you procrastinate? Is it difficult to predict how long tasks take to accomplish? My suggestion is to track your time & see where it goes, and then make adjustments accordingly. If you’re loading your list with too much, then perhaps take a longer view, and break down tasks so that they can be accomplished over a longer time span.
Jorge Z.
I have two lists. One for three top items I prioritize each morning. The other is an ongoing list of tasks for the month. I check off things when they get done. I do this for home and work. I am not a slave to these todo’s but they help me focus when I need it. In the afternoon at work and before bed I briefly re-evaluate for the next day
Isaac T.
You have to be ambitious as well as realistic. You will organize and complete your TODO list with regular practice. At the begging don’t give up if you not achieve all your goal. Persist. You will improve tomorrow.
Erdal Z.
Do the things on your list right away, as soon as you wake up, right when you get home etc. Also make sure the things on your list aren’t things that require a lot of preparation so you can start doing them right away and make the most of your time. If your tasks do require preparation, prepare the night before.
Freja P.
A couple of thoughts:
1) timeblocking. I find mapping onto my day when I’ll do what helpful for using time effectively.
2) if a lot is regularly not done are you including too much? For me that’s often the case.
Hope this is useful!