Macrium Reflect is a wonderful backup tool. It does have a missing feature, but thankfully, a comparable solution is available.
The urgent and unimportant easily consumes more time than it should. But 5 strategies can help you say the “no” that your “yes” really needs.
To start cutting through the clamor of the urgent and discern whether something is actually important, you need to ask these 4 questions.
The sooner something matters, the greater its urgency. The greater the urgency, the more whatever situation will press upon you.
Deciding what gets priority can be tricky. But a classic decision matrix can bring clarity and guide the kinds of actions you take.
If you never make time for your research, your project will go nowhere. But making time starts with deciding when you won’t do research.