If you have 10 things to do to complete a project invariably you will prioritise the top few, then get on to the secondary batch and maybe run out of steam for the last two.
Problem is you have only completed 80% when you may be tempted to focus on something else that has a higher priority.
Never really crossing the finish line and leaving a trail of incomplete projects.
Instead, forget adding more value to one subtask over another and treat them equally. You simply have 10 things to do to reach your milestone, each as important as the next.
This way you are less likely to be distracted by the next important task, rather you can focus on completing all ten.
Too many projects remain incomplete and we wonder why we are not happy with the results they produce.