There are a lot of tasks that get done in a typical day. If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a never-ending list of tasks and chores that should get done. How do you decide what has to happen first and what has to wait?
I can’t remember where I first heard about the distinction between urgent and important. It seems like it is possibly one of the most significant tools for social entrepreneurs or nonprofit organizers. It is also known as the Eisenhower principle.
The Eisenhower principle is used to decide whether a given task is important, urgent, both or neither, and then to prioritize your time toward the important tasks.Read More