Madelyn Griffith-Haynie gifts us with the next installment of Getting Started with a practical explanation of Chunking Time. Please, read on…
Getting the GUI Things Done – Part 2
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
in the Time & Task Management Series
Getting back to GUI!
Looking at Good, Urgent, and Important
In Part 1 of this article, Getting off the couch & getting going, I began by suggesting a down-and-dirty way to tackle a number of different kinds of tasks by throwing them into a few metaphorical “task bins.”
In this way of moving through malaise to activation, I suggested that you separate your tasks into 3 metaphorical piles, and I began to explore the distinction between them:
- Tasks that would be Good to get done
- Tasks that are Urgent
- Tasks that are Important
In the way I look at productivity, any forward motion is good forward motion!
Making a dent in a task sure…
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