Dr. Goali, Psychologist, Author, Millennial Expert
Dr. Goali, Psychologist, Author, Millennial Expert

Time Management for the Time Pressed

Time Management for the Time Pressed

Developed by author and businessman Stephen Covey (2013), a “time management matrix” can help you manage all your competing demands once and for all.

Download the worksheet and you’ll see the matrix shows four quadrants indicating the importance versus urgency of an item. Learning to prioritize what is truly urgent, and what can be dealt with later, can ease your anxiety significantly. Some sample entries are provided, followed by a blank copy where you can list your most pressing items and the tasks that take away your attention. Be sure to pay special attention to tasks that fall in the fourth quadrant (“not important” and “not urgent”), as you might use these tasks to procrastinate from work that falls in the more urgent and important spaces.

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