The “Tyranny of the Immediate” Tyrannizes Leaders Most of All

You've probably had a time and priority management course somewhere along the way. Or, maybe you've read a book about it. You learned about how often the less important tasks take up too much of our time, to the detriment of our not tackling the more significant areas of our job duties. There's a reason for this. The less important tasks are usually easier and take less time. In addition, we get to enjoy the repeated satisfaction of checking things off our to-do list. And we look back over our … [Read more...]