In this video, Dave Crenshaw discusses the importance of using a time budget that focuses around your most valuable activities.
- [Instructor] In the final chapter…of Time Management Fundamentals, I walk learners…through a very important tool, the Time Budgeter.…The Time Budgeter helps you understand the difference…between two types of activities.…You have your most valuable activities,…the work you do that is worth the most per hour.…And you have the least valuable activities,…things that pretty much anyone could do.…We want to spend as much time as possible on these MVAs…and as little time as possible on your LVAs.…
To be prepared for these next videos, make sure that you…have completed at least the worksheet called…Identifying Your Most Valuable Activities.…At the end of this, you'll have a list…of all the different activities that you perform.…You'll also have a rank in terms of their…overall value per hour.…Rank one and rank two are your MVAs.…The more time you can spend in these top activities,…the more valuable you will become in your career.…
Those who achieve the greatest career success…are those who protect their time.…They make sure their calendar is mostly filled…
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