Choosing Tasks

For each task, consider deadlines, steps to results, estimated time, and return on investment. – from “Making Work Work” by Julie Morgenstern

TASK DEADLINE STEPS TO RESULTS ESTIMATED RESOURCES RETURN ON INVESTMENT
1-Due today

2-This week

3-Later

1-Few steps

2-Medium

3-Many steps

1-Few resources

2-Medium

3-Many resources

1-High

2-Medium

3-Low

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