Time and Task Management: 6 of 6
Step 5: If an emergency comes up, or you reach the end of your list, stop and do another prioritization.
So, you’re moving on down your task list, and everything’s going smoothly…until you get that email, or that phone call. It’s the all-time critical, emergency fire that you absolutely have to do, and your priority list doesn’t matter.
Or, you hit the end of your prioritized task list for the day, and it’s only noon, and you’ve got five hours left.