Have you ever wondered at the end of a long workday what you have REALLY achieved? Maybe you’ve crossed a lot of “important” stuff off your to-do-list, but there is still a nagging sense that you didn’t make any real progress?
If that is the case, then I pose the question: What is REALLY important to you? What do you want to achieve and what are you doing on a daily basis to move towards these goals?
In this video, I’ll share one of my favorite time management tools with you: High-Value Activities. In terms of time management, it’s not about squeezing even more into your day, it’s about deciding on what’s really important and focusing on these activities. It’s also about identifying activities that have no or little value and learning how to reduce or eliminate them. This tool was something I discovered in the middle of the first Covid-19 Lockdown in March 2020 when my work changed dramatically. Everything seemed “urgent” and “important” and needed to be taken care of immediately.
This method has helped me enormously to regain focus and stay aligned with my short-, mid-, and long-term goals