There are two things that I think benefit a large majority of neurodivergent and chronic illness business owners.
One is knowing what you need to do next, so that when you have that small window of good energy, you can log on and spend your time not making decisions, but taking actions.
The second one is to know what spoons your tasks use up. That way if you can’t go by task priority, you can go by spoons. This has the benefit of you still getting to tick something off the list and feeling the warm and fuzzies about getting something done.
Going by spoons is also helpful for those who struggle to get started (*waves at fellow ADHDers*) because it can be a trigger to start the momentum we sometimes need.