Low-hanging fruit

the fruit that grows low on a tree and is therefore easy to reach
a course of action that can be undertaken quickly and easily as part of a wider range of changes or solutions to a problem: first pick the low-hanging fruit
a suitable company to buy as a straightforward investment opportunity

something easily achieved or obtained; the most readily achievable goal

Let’s attempt the low-hanging fruit before the more difficult projects.
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