|Size (L x W x H)||250 mm x 165 mm x 15 mm|
The 4 Quadrants of the Priorities Planner
Quadrant 1: Important and urgent / Do
Quadrant 2: Important but not urgent / Decide
Quadrant 3: Not important but urgent / Delegate
Quadrant 4: Not important and not urgent / Delete
Investing time in making time. Repeat and review the above process on a weekly basis.
Continue using the Priorities Planner to organize your task, even if your priorities shift towards Quadrant 2.
Quadrant 2 will often include abstract tasks like strategy development and relationship building.
These tasks don’t have deadlines, making them easy to put aside. But these tasks are directly aligned with your long-term goals, values, and happiness.
“The key is not to prioritise what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” — Stephen Covey
Most people struggle to find time in their busy schedules to tackle those important but not urgent tasks. Integrating the Priorities Planner into your workflow will help you schedule your priorities based on what’s most important to you.
• 240mm x 165mm
• Premium 90gsm woodree paper
• 32 pages