This question is about project manager skills.
The best way to manage a project is to stay organized, prioritize what is urgent, and block your work time. A huge factor in managing projects is managing your work methods to best suit this division of time, labor, and mental load.
You should seamlessly work with your team to complete all parts of the project within their designated time limits.
Organization is crucial in managing projects. You should organize your work day and break down your project into smaller blocks and goals to be met. Blocking time to focus on each smaller aspect individually is important to help you cover all the projects.
A big factor in your blocking and planning is to make sure you prioritize large, urgent tasks first. If a big deadline is coming up, ensure you provide more time and support. Be sure to also delegate tasks to your team. You cannot do it all and shouldn't have to as a project manager.
Using the resources around you, such as your team, makes it much easier to manage projects. Delegating is crucial, and so is the ability to find the best spot for your team members, so they independently thrive and are not take on the role of a micromanager. You should trust that your team can complete the tasks and roles given.