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Scott1829 Level 26 / Semi-Retired
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The first thing to do is to prioritize your work. That is, place the most important job at the top; the least, at the bottom. When judging priorities, you need to do several things: (1) You need to determine what is required. This is the number of jobs that need to be done. (2) You need to figure out what is required. You need to ask yourself "What must I do that nobody can or should do for me?" If you're doing something that's not necessary, eliminate it. If you're doing something that's necessary but is not required of you personally, you need to delegate it. (3) If someone can do a certain job better than anyone else, delegate the job to that person.
Source The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership (John Maxwell)
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