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Urgency vs. Importance | Presidential Tips for Time Management


President Eisenhower once said, “I have two kinds of problems: the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.” This principle forms the basis of the Eisenhower Matrix, which everyone (president or otherwise) can use to organize their time. The Eisenhower Matrix helps you to prioritize tasks based […]


Going Back to Graduate School? 4 Tips to Start Strong


Back-to-school jitters aren’t just for young kids. If you’re heading back to graduate school this fall after taking a few years off, it’s totally normal to be nervous about the adjustment. After all, it has probably been a while since you’ve had to deal with homework, group projects, and professors. As an adult, you can […]


Too Much on Your Plate at Work? Try This

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This time of year, our calendars are often full from morning to night. And through it all, we’re given lots of advice on how to avoid spreading ourselves too thin: Don’t volunteer to bake cookies for robotics, host your boss and her family for dinner, and agree to watch your neighbor’s kid every Saturday morning […]


Take Control of Your Inbox with These Easy-to-Implement Tips


Do you ever feel like the most important number in your life is the number of unread emails in your work inbox—and the higher that number gets, the higher your stress level gets? Sounds like it may be time to take control of your inbox. Managing your inbox more effectively can increase your productivity by […]