I’d like to leave you with one last truth about prioritization: there is always a way to accomplish your goal faster than you currently plan to.
Ruthless Prioritization
Brandon Chu

Great article, Brandon!

I don’t even have a team to manage but I also think that making prioritization decisions is one of the most difficult things to do in my day to day tasks.

After reading your article I also find that the ruthless mindset might be the key to make this process easier, the “is this absolutely necessary?” question is what I need to apply more in my life.

I’m building a chatbot where I define my three main career goals, then for every new task I add I have to rate it from 1 to 10 based in how important the task is for each goal. In the and I have a list prioritized by my main career goals, and then I just need to complete the tasks in that order.

Your article made me think more about the subject, thank you!

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