Effective time management: Eisenhower Matrix

We have so much work to do in our business or everyday life, it’s almost impossible to leave time to flow when we have so much running around. When we effectively manage our time, we are often faced with many negative consequences, such as unfinished business, late meetings or friends ‘ encounters that need to be cancelled.

The basis of managing time or using time correctly lies in planning jobs based on priority and severity levels. If you do a little research on this subject first you will encounter the “big Stones First” with the story first, then the big stones, then the small ones and the latest sand in our life jar when you fill in our lives are given an example of how to manage the works.

The Eisenhower model, which discusses the issue with a slightly more technical narrative, reveals a simple narrative about how to effectively manage time with the help of the matrix below.

The Eisenhower model, which discusses the issue with a slightly more technical narrative, reveals a simple narrative about how to effectively manage time with the help of the matrix below.

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To use this matrix correctly, you must have two keys;

  1. To classify jobs according to their priority and importance
  2. 2. To say “no” and to transfer jobs toothers when necessary.

If you are not able to implement these two key behaviours, the above examples will continue to remain theoretical on this blog page.

Stay lovingly…

Ibrahim

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