Who doesn’t want to get more done with less stress?
I was going to write a great post today about learning to prioritize.
One of the keys to being organized and productive is figuring out what’s worth doing and what needs to be delegated, deferred or just dumped. One great way to do this–and a method I’ve used for years–is to divide up my to-do list by “Good-Better-Best.”
Reviewing your to-do list and figuring out which items are a good use of your time, which are better and which are the best on any given day can help you to easily see where to focus your time and energy.