TCF820: Prioritization. Do you have it right?

The greatest investor of all time, Warren Buffet, once said – If you can choose and focus on the most important 20% of your tasks, you’ll actually get about 80% of the benefits from those tasks. In other words, by prioritizing the right tasks, you can achieve a lot of success. 

Today, Steve talks about prioritizing the right tasks and how focusing on the top 20% of tasks can reap 80% of the benefits. He offers his advice on how to identify high-value tasks and eliminate low-value ones in order to save time and resources.

In this episode, Steve discusses:

  • Prioritizing the right tasks to save time and resources
  • How prioritizing money tasks, phone calls, and consultations helped Steve
  • Prioritizing tasks and delegating or eliminating less important ones
  • Choosing to say “yes” only to potential clients, avoiding time-consuming consultations
  • Categorizing to-do lists into immediate, intermediate, and long-term tasks

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