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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Urgent Vs. Important Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of 2

Urgent and important deals with significant results that require immediate action.
 We react to urgent matters. The activities in this area would be considered a  
crisis or problem

By:Robert Kraft
             Results – stress, burnout, crisis management, always putting out fires.

If your focus is always on crisis management, it’s like a pounding surf.  A big wave comes and knocks you down and slams you to the ground and you’re wiped out.  You stand back up to face another one that knocks you down.

The Plain Truth

Some people are literally beaten up by problems all day long.


A lot of people spend time on urgent but not important  They spend most of their time reacting to things that are urgent, but not important.  Put plans in place that help you be proactive when Crisis happen.  Work as a team to implement and support in order to fix problems quickly and without derailing other important matters in the office.   

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