ADHD, Time Management, Work

What President Eisenhower Can Teach You about Prioritizing

“I have two kinds of problems:┬áthe urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.”

Can you relate to this quote? Though President Eisenhower shared this quite a while ago (in 1954!), I think it highlights the very current struggle that many people have: managing the seemingly never-ending, competing responsibilities in their lives. By using an important versus urgent grid, you can effectively and efficiently prioritize all your tasks. Continue reading “What President Eisenhower Can Teach You about Prioritizing”