This week’s question comes from Joe in Toronto, Canada. Q: I watched your course on Time Management and loved it! However, I feel like a calendar takes too much time. I hate planning because I often would rather do something easier than the scheduled task. What should I do?
This week’s question comes from Greg in Melbourne, Australia. He asks: Hi Dave! I really enjoyed your “Time Management” courses and I have a partner who really needs your help. Whenever I encourage her to take your course, she says she’s “too busy.” What should I do?
This week’s question comes from Christopher in Newark, New Jersey. Q: Hi Dave! I have lots of events coming up. While scheduling events, how do I prepare for accidents or sudden changes?
This week’s question comes from Laura. Q: It feels like I have too many tasks. On one hand there’s my email inbox. Then there’s my notebook, then there’s my long to-do list. I have so many things. Please advise me on how to progress.
This week’s question comes from Antonio in Montreal, Canada. Q: I went through your “Time Management Fundamentals” course. You said that when organizing tasks, anything between 5-15 minutes or of “no big importance” goes into the task reminders list. What happens when we have a lot of these tasks? Do you organize them into categories … Continue reading “Why “urgent” and “important” isn’t important anymore – Pick Dave’s Brain”