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The Eisenhower Matrix

The Eisenhower Matrix

First, understand that not all tasks are created equal. The Eisenhower Matrix helps us divide tasks into four categories.

  1. Urgent & Important: Do 
  2. Not Urgent But Important: Schedule
  3. Urgent But Not Important: Delegate
  4. Not Urgent & Not Important: Delete


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If it's your job to eat a frog, it's best to do it first thing in the morning. And if it's your job to eat two frogs, it's best to eat the biggest one first.



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Eat The Frog

Eat The Frog

If you want to be productive, eat the frog. This means doing your hardest task first thing in the morning. Why? Because in the morning, you have the most energy and willpower to tackle it head on.

Here's why eating the frog is important:

  • The task is likely the most important one of the day.
  • When it's knocked out early, you'll feel more accomplished and motivated to tackle the rest of your tasks.
  • By saving easier tasks for later, you'll have more energy and focus to complete them.

So don't hesitate, eat that frog first thing in the morning and watch your productivity soar! 🐸


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Learn To Say "No"

Learn To Say "No"

Saying 'yes' to new requests or tasks feels good in the moment. It makes us feel helpful, involved, and valued.

But there's a hidden cost: your time, energy, and sometimes even your mental health.

Here's a simple truth: It's impossible to do everything.

Prioritizing means making tough choices, and often, that means saying 'no.'


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Plan The Night Before

Plan The Night Before

Planning the night before sets the stage for a productive day.

It's like giving your future self a roadmap.

This simple habit can provide a sense of readiness and clarity for the next day.


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Break Down Large Tasks

Break Down Large Tasks

Large tasks can feel overwhelming. However, by breaking them down into smaller, more manageable pieces, they become easier to tackle.

Here's how to do it:

  • Identify the key components of the task.
  • Divide the task into smaller, achievable subtasks.
  • Create a plan to complete each subtask.
  • Check off each subtask as it is completed.

You'll be surprised at how much more manageable the task becomes once it's broken down. 💪


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Mastering the art of task prioritization can transform chaos into clarity.


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