Organize and prioritize
Getting things done isn't about doing a bunch of stuff for the sake of keeping busy, it's about doing what matters to help us achieve our goals.
In order to have a successful day, it pays to prioritize. Take care of the biggest, most crucial things first, and then work your way up.
Think of it like Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: when we've dealt with the most mission-critical things, we're better equipped to move on to the next set of tasks, and upwards we go, building on our own productivity and finding it even easier to get things done.
for the sake of为了
Carol managed a few proper snivels for the sake of appearance.
He had married her principally for the sake of her father's property.
She called on us merely for the sake of courtesy.
In order to 为了
In order to make it safe, the element is electrically insulated.
Clearly, the police cannot break the law in order to enforce it.
They need hostages in order to bargain with the government.