The value of our time is far more critical than ever before.
That means concentrating our efforts on those activities that leads us to achieving our goals.
In an article in Harvard Business Review, Carson Tate writes this about productivity, “there is no one-size-fits-all approach…”
Tate includes an assessment to help you discover whether you are a prioritizer, a visualizer, an arranger, or a planner. And to help you discover your personal productivity work style.
I know I’m a proritizer.
How do I prioritize?
(Glad you asked : )
I start my day by asking Flipper and Sunny what’s their schedule for the day.
Then I adjust mine accordingly : )
On a more serious note:
- Effective time management: know how to pace yourself.
- Increased productivity: choose your work projects wisely.
As Peter Drucker said:
“There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all”
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