Hi, everyone. Scott Munden here from Huntleigh Group.

Welcome to part two in our series on time management.

In part one, we looked at how to assess your time, understand where you’re spending your time, what your peak times of energy are.

So in part two, we’re going to look at how to prioritize your time. And in order to do that, we’re going to use an old concept called the Eisenhower matrix, which basically categorizes your time into four key quadrants.

So let’s go ahead and get started.

So we mentioned that we’re going to use the Eisenhower matrix to categorize our time into four categories.

• Where we want to spend most of our time is in that upper left quadrant called urgent and important. That’s 60% to 70% if you can get there. This is your to do list, your things that you have planned, urgent and important, today or tomorrow.

• Number two is the important but not urgent. These are your scheduled activities, 15% to 25%, things that you have on the schedule or the plan.

• Number three is the urgent but not important. And these are the ones that if you can delegate or find a different way to get them done. Fantastic.

• And then the final quadrant is neither urgent or important. It’s not set to zero because there are going to be distractions.

And frankly speaking, sometimes you need a little bit of a refresh. So having some slack time is not always bad.

So that’s a quick look at our four quadrants. So there you have it. I think it’s important to note that these are just guides, and you have to adapt these tools to your own style, both in how you assess the way you’re using your time and then how to prioritize your time to find out what’s really going to work for you in any case https://huntleigh.com/videos/ https://huntleigh.com/blog/ Check us out.

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