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I really believe that most people, intuitively and instinctively, want to be good time managers. It makes sense. The better we manage our time, more results we will enjoy. It's logical choice.
So let's say it's start of your workweek and you have a lot of "things to do", some of which are "Crucial", some "Not Crucial". Intuitively and instinctively you and I want to be good time managers. Therefore, where does our attention gravitate towards? Do we focus on "Crucial" or "Not Crucial" tasks? The "Crucial"? Sure! Logic tells us that. The more "Crucial" things we do, more productivity and success we enjoy.
But, you know what? When given a choice between "Crucial" and "Not Crucial" items, we will almost always do "Not Crucial" items and ignore "Crucial" items in spite of fact that we all want to be productive in our day.
Because we are driven more by emotion rather than logic.
You see "Crucial" items are typically longer and harder to accomplish. The "Not Crucial" items are typically more quick and fun and emotionally satisfying.
We need to get over to "Crucial" side more often to increase our personal productivity.
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