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4 Methods for Using Prioritization

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A slideshow about how I can use tenets of prioritization to help the productivity of my daily work

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4 Methods for Using Prioritization

  1. 1. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People First Things First 4 Methods for using Prioritization in my role and beyond By Rachel Stark
  2. 2. 1Make a List or two, or three!
  3. 3. Lists can help me: Track Help Identify visually, the important tasks and items task completion and progress stay focused throughout the day
  4. 4. 2Break it Up Chunk that workload!
  5. 5. easier Smaller, vital tasks are to complete and utilize time more efficiently
  6. 6. 3Schedule Time Effectively (even free / leisure time!)
  7. 7. equals Proper time management -increased flexibility for non-priority items -meeting all deadlines
  8. 8. 4Knowing How You Work makes a difference!
  9. 9. Simple ? Team Difficult or or Individual? first Now or Later? Things to consider:

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