About this Session
Dwight Eisenhower famously said “I have two kinds of problems: the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent”. This statement inspired a technique to organize your to-do list in a way that prioritizes your goals and value, and makes you feel less overwhelmed about your ever-growing to-do list. This session will coach you through a prioritization technique to help you gain back control of your time.
1) Eliminate distractions and delegate urgent but not important tasks
2) Do the tasks that are urgent and important, and plan for the ones that you value in the long run
3) The way you spend your limited resources determines how satisfied you are with your life and affects your mental health. Make your choices wisely.
These questions are meant to coach you through examples from your own life. They will help you think through issues you face. Be true to your feelings and realities when answering them. We will provide you with comments on how to dive deeper in your reflections to maximize the benefits from coaching.