Prioritizing Tasks to Pinpoint Your Priorities

This video allows individuals to identify the priorities that will allow productivity to flourish. Very similar to Eisenhower’s box, the video introduces a “Priority Matrix” that has four different colors — critical tasks, high importance tasks, medium importance tasks, and low importance tasks. The value of the task as well as the time sensitivity of the task are the depending factors. Deadlines and crises follow the critical level. Tasks that involve collaboration, thinking and planning fall under the high importance but not time sensitive tasks. Medium priorities include correspondence and meetings. Low priority meetings can be any event that can be put off for later, and do not provide benefit to the individual. To watch the video and learn how to utilize the priority matrix, watch the video on Youtube: