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Each goal you set should be S.M.A.R.T. — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely.
A highly effective framework for setting priorities.Tasks are classified into one of four boxes.
By prioritizing tasks this way, you’ll allow yourself to really focus on the important things without becoming distracted.
Another way to prioritize tasks is by using the 80/20 rule. This rule states that 20% of your work will account for 80% of your results.
To use the 80/20 rule when setting priorities, analyze the items on your to-do list. Which of them will have the greatest impact on your current project, career, and life? These are the tasks you should focus on.
Everything else can be delegated, dropped, or accomplished after you’ve completed the most important assignments.
“Eat a live frog every morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.”
Regardless of where this saying comes from, it’s a valuable concept. If you struggle with procrastination, you would be wise to schedule your most difficult assignments first thing in the morning.
First, write down every single task you need to accomplish. Then go through and mark each task with a letter ranging from A to E.
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The Objective is qualitative, and the KR’s (most often three) are quantitative.
They are used to focus a group or individual around a bold goal. The objective sets a goal for a set per...
Your objective defined in a single sentence should be:
Key results take all that inspirational language and quantifies it.
You create them by asking a simple question “how would we know if we met our objective?”
It is your biggest, most important task, the one you are most likely to procrastinate on if you don't do something about it.
It is also the one task that can have the greatest positiv...
"One of the very worst uses of time is to do something very well that need not be done at all".
Prioritizing tasks at work involves getting all your tasks and commitments in one place. Take a piece of paper and make a list of everything you need to get done. Questions to help you:
Find your goals. Without them, it is impossible to prioritize your tasks. Try to set 90-day goals, which is long enough to make meaningful progress. Questions to prompt goals: