Monday, October 20, 2008

higher priorities come first!

Start with the highest priority task first. Often our natural inclination is to start with the easy stuff and build confidence by checking something off our list. But not only does this build confidence, it also builds stress as the deadline for the higher priority item looms ever nearer. Next time, tackle the highest priority item first, especially if it’s the longest task on your list. You’ll tackle it when your energy is the highest, and you’ll build even more confidence than with smaller tasks.



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