78 SCHEDULING You have considerable discretion when you do each task and how much time you spend on it. Are you taking advantage of the flexibility you have or are you doing the job in the same way the last person did it? You can get a lot more done, avoid procrastination, and gain more satisfaction if you manage your tasks instead of letting them manage you. Use your rating system to schedule your day, start with"A" tasks and activities. Try scheduling them directly in your calendar. Leave "c" priorities until last and-whenever possible-delegate them. What would happen if you did not do the "c" activities at all? If the consequences are minimal, you might consider dropping the activity from your workload.