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Task Prioritization

Task Prioritization

Each day, it is important to know what you need to accomplish and what you want to accomplish. 

What you need to accomplish is priority

What you want to accomplish can be additional work you perform after your priorities are met. 

You can use the Eisenhower Matrix to identify the Urgent and Important items that should receive your attention first!

It will help you become clear about your priorities and know when to do each task. Use this information to create your plan.

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How to Increase Productivity: Work Smarter not Harder

How to Increase Productivity: Work Smarter not Harder

Have you ever had a day when you were absolutely busy, from the minute you woke up until the minute you fell asleep? At the end of the day, you know you worked hard all day but you're not exactly sure where the time went? 

Well, if you worked all day long, and you're not certain where y...

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Plan your time

Plan your time

A plan is only as good as what goes into it. In many ways, your plan is your task list. Rather than just write down things to do, you want to organize your tasks. Organize them by:

  • Priority
  • Due date
  • Steps that need to be taken
  • Start date
  • Who it is for

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Find a System that works for you

Find a System that works for you

There are all kinds of time management systems, but the purpose of this course is not to sell you a particular time management system.

It's possible that you have a preference for a specific system, and when this is true, it's really in your best interest to try to ...

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Time Tracking

Time Tracking

If you want to know how you spend your time, you need to have some kind of time-tracking method.

You don't have to get software or download an app (although you can). You can do it using a simple table.

Break down your time to intervals of at least 30 minutes.

I...

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Organizing your space

Organizing your space

  • Keep your desk free of clutter. 
  • Recycle or shred unneeded documents.
  • Organize files on your computer in a way that makes it easy for you to find things.
  • Keep your calendar current and accessible from multiple devices to avoid double-booking yourself and missing deadl...

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Once you have your goals written in a SMART way, you should break them down into concrete and actionable tasks.

Then the tasks need to be prioritized.

1 – The Eisenhower Matrix Method

1 – The Eisenhower Matrix Method

The Eisenhower matrix is a simple but powerful tool to prioritize useful and remove useless tasks. We already talked about it once on the Challenge, and you also have an infographic to use i...

Prioritize Tasks

  1. Write down all your tasks.
  2. Identify what’s urgent and what’s important. After each task, mark them with “U” for Urgent and “I” for Important. 
  3. Assess value: look at your “I” tasks and identify the high-value drivers of your work. You want to find which ta...

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