To use your work hours efficiently, you have to consider the best ways to get organized and manage your daily tasks and projects.
Mike Renahan, a HubSpot sales blogger, offers an interesting method for how to deal with your to-dos.
It’s called the “impact vs. effort analysis.” This method lets you easily estimate which of your tasks requires the most immediate impact in the shortest period of time. Continue reading for a short guide on how the “impact vs. effort” analysis works.
First of all, you should create your to-do list of the day. When you write down your to-dos, arrange them in two columns based on the level of impact and effort of your tasks. This way you’ll be able to measure which are the most important tasks and divide them into four groups: high impact, low effort tasks; high impact, high effort tasks; low effort, low impact tasks; and low impact, high effort tasks.
“By doing this, you will achieve these goals over time without losing the necessary energy to make a high impact every day.” Mike Renahan, HubSpot Blogs
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