To achieve [an increasing] level of performance will require that you carve out time for the strategic – those actions that are important, but not necessarily urgent.
Brian Moran + Michael Lennington
One of the most important factors I have ever put into practice when it comes to time management is discerning between the ‘urgent’ and the ‘important.’
And then, scheduling *and honoring* time for the important every week.
This week, make time for the important.
As you reflect on your purpose, values, and top-tier goals, what actions are truly important?
Block the time in your calendar for them, and honor it like you would a $1,000-per-hour appointment.
I love to check off a list of to-do’s as much as anyone, but not at the expense of those actions that matter most.
When will you conduct your truly important activities this week?
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