My "to do" list is often impossible to manage, and just thinking about the list can keep me awake at night. Good thing I have yoga. It also helps to prioritize. That starts with goals, as Jim Randel writes in his book The Skinny on Time Management. He made a number of suggestions to help with time management--have you ever thought about how meditation can be a tool to quiet the noise and clear your head for new ideas? He also suggesting stretching your mind with crossword puzzles because memory is so important to keeping on track. He suggested keeping your goals close at hand and revisiting them frequently; that should help you be on guard for procrastination. The most helpful piece of advice he gave me is to separate tasks on the "To Do" list into Important/Urgent, Important/not Urgent, Urgent/not important, and Not Urgent/Not important. Do the first two first, and you will have a measure of success towards your goals.