The Essence of Time Management in One Paragraph

Stephen Covey pulls together the essence of time management into four sentences:

The essence of time management is to set priorities and then to organize and execute around them. Setting priorities requires us to think carefully and clearly about values, about ultimate concerns. These then have to be translated into long- and short- term goals and plans translated once more into schedules or time slots. Then, unless something more important — not something more urgent — comes along, we must discipline ourselves to do as we planned. (From Principle Centered Leadership, p 138.)

October 30, 2009 | Filed Under Managing Yourself | 1 Comment 

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