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Something is urgent when it demands immediate attention; an urgent matter becomes more urgent as time passes. ■ Something is important when it has considerable significance or consequence; the importance of a matter is not affected by the passing of time. ■ A job changes in importance if its likely outcome changes. ■ Only you can decide how to respond to demands on your time. ■ Tasks which are both urgent and important may not get done very well. ■ Tasks which are not urgent may never get done.
However, if the business sold most of its goods on-line or by telephone, then the objective would have no apparent relevance. Finally, objectives need to be time bound. Questions to consider include: ■ ■ ■ By when must the objective be achieved? How much time is needed to achieve the objective? When will the objective be reviewed? 27 Session B The first question is relatively straightforward in principle. A definite date and/or time deadline needs to be agreed and adhered to. For example, the objective that ‘The window is to be dressed every Friday, between 5 pm and 6 pm’ is clearly time bound.
Habits can be necessary and useful, but they can also work against your interests. 1 Getting into bad habits Read the following two cases: Delroy’s company sold agricultural equipment, and Delroy’s job was to run short training courses on the use and upkeep of the equipment. When a new piece of machinery came out – about every three years – Delroy had to learn about it himself. During the first few courses a lot of questions would arise and Delroy sometimes had to go back to the manufacturer for the answers.