The next step is prioritizing problems and tasks in each category. At the same time, the most difficult and important tasks should be done by and come first, which is about 15% of all cases. The cases of the second group usually make up no more than 20% of the total tasks. The remaining 65% of the questions should be in the third group. In terms of the distribution of time for solving problems in each category, the picture should be absolutely opposite: 65% of the available time is devoted to solving priority tasks, 20% of the time to completing tasks of the second group, and the remaining time can be devoted to solving other tasks.