— Things you don’t want to do, but actually need to do. — Things you want to do and actually need to do. — Things you want to do, but actually don’t need to do. — Things you don’t want to do, and actually don’t need to do.
At Some Point, You Have to Eat That Frog
Thomas Oppong
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This is great. I find making a grid with four quadrants works well too.

You quantify each task by its importance and by its urgency (one on each axis). Then take a look at the tasks that end up in the top right quadrant. These are the most urgent and important; they’re your “frogs” for the morning.

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