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Part I: Time Management Principles > Criteria for Setting Priorities

Chapter 7. Criteria for Setting Priorities

JUDGMENT. You are the best judge of what you have to do. Let the pang of guilt you feel from not getting something done sharpen your judgment.

RELATIVITY. As you compare tasks or activities, it should become clear that some are higher priority than others. You should always be guided by the question, “What is the best use of my time right now?”

TIMING. Deadlines have a way of dictating priorities. Also important, but often overlooked, is a required starting time in order to finish a project by its deadline.


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