I recently read a book on Time Management by New York Times bestselling author Kevin Kruse where he talks about techniques people can learn and skills they can use to better master their time and increase their efficiency.
One of the discussions in the book revolves around a concept called “identifying your Most Important Task (MIT)”.
The idea hear is to identify what is most important to you and what activity right now will provide the greatest leverage in getting there.
So, keep in mind, you first need a goal that you want to achieve and then you need to identify which activities will lead to goal achievement and which activity is the most important right now.
The suggestion is…. after identifying your MIT, you then need to turn it into a calendar item and book it as early in your day as possible.
TIME MANAGEMENT QUOTE:
Don’t wait. The time will never be just right. – Napoleon Hill