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Setting Priorities   arrow

1. …is in large part judgmental.

2. How much time does it require vs. how much time is it worth?

3. Who wants it – why – by when?

4. How short is the fuse – how big is the bang?

5. Schedule “no appointment” days or part days.

6. Make choices – delegate or send substitute.

7. Meeting deadlines is a function of:

  • Organization
  • Scheduling
  • Cooperation
  • Saying no!

8. Use a “tickle file” – with predated reminders.

9. Organization plus scheduling yields a “Priority List.”