If you’re looking to organize your day-to-day life, consider using the Eisenhower matrix. This is a time management strategy that can be used for work and personal life.
It’s based on the idea of ranking tasks or projects by urgency and importance, with a “time available” variable in mind. The goal is to prioritize what needs to get done now versus later, so as not to have any urgent yet unimportant tasks hanging over your head late into the evening. For those who are task-oriented people, this method may seem like common sense – but it’s also effective for those who need help prioritizing their time more effectively!
The article was originally written by Amardeep Parmar.
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