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A "C" task is something that would be nice to do but for which there are no consequences at all, whether you do it or not.

A "D" task is defined as something you can delegate to someone else. 

The rule is that you should delegate everything that someone else can do to free up more time for the A task.

An "E" task is defined as something that you can eliminate, and it won't make any real difference.

I didn’t understand the depth of time until I started planning my days. It’s easy to overlook the concept of planning and take your time for granted.

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