How to manage your workload and focus on the right things

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Managing your workload

Impact vs. Effort Matrix

  • Visualising your work
  • Limiting work in progress
  • Pomodoro technique
  • Eisenhower matrix
  • Trello
Impact vs Effort matrix

1. Write down all your tasks

2. Identify 2-minute tasks

3. Identify tasks with an immovable deadline

4. Refine each task

5. Prioritise your work based on impact and effort

6. Start with the quick wins

7. Visualise your work

8. Time-box your small tasks

9. Time-boxing the quick wins

10. Repeat!

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