5 Questions to ask when you need to prioritize what is important

5 Questions to ask when you need to prioritize what is important

1.If I could achieve only two or three of these activities today, which ones would they be?

2.Which activities will yield the highest pay-off or reward?

3.Which of these activities would complicate my tomorrow if they were not achieved today?

4.Which of these activities could be delegated to someone else, thereby, leaving me more time to generate more business or enhance my personal relationships?

5.Which activities, if postponed, would damage my relationship with loved ones, clients, or business associates?

Have your immediate activities in front of you at all times. If you can’t see what needs to be accomplished today because you have buried yourself under other less important work, it could get lost in the shuffle, and so could your business.

Source: http://www.tomhopkins.com/blog/tag/time-planning