Habit 3: Put First Thing First

Ed Charlie
Mind Map by Ed Charlie, updated more than 1 year ago
Ed Charlie
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Mindmap of Habit 3

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Habit 3: Put First Thing First
  1. Is the personal fruit, the practical fulfillment of Habits 1 & 2
    1. It is the deep contact with the second creation
      1. Effective management is putting first thing first
        1. Four Generations of Time Management
          1. Personal management has envolved in a pattern similar to many other areas of human endeavor
            1. The first wave
              1. Characterized by notes and checklists
              2. The second generation
                1. Characterized by calendars and appointment books
                2. The third generation
                  1. Reflects the current time management field
                  2. The fourth generation
                    1. Recognizes that "time management" is really a misnomer
                3. Quadrant II
                  1. Urgent means is requires immediate attention
                    1. "Now!" Urgent things act on us
                    2. Effective people
                      1. Stay out of Quadrants III and IV because, urgent or not, they arent important
                      2. Is the heart of effective personal management. It deals with things that are not urgent, but are important
                        1. Most people say their main fault is a lack os discipline
                          1. Quadrant II focus
                            1. Is a paradigm that grows out of a principle center
                              1. If Quadrant II activities are clearly the heart of effective personal management
                              2. The Quadrant II Tool
                                1. The objective of Quadrant II management is to manage our lives effectively, from a center of sound principles
                                  1. Coherence
                                    1. Suggests that there is harmony, unity, and integrity between your vision and mission, your roles and goals
                                    2. Balance
                                      1. Your tool should help you to keep balance in your life, to identify your various roles and keep them right in front of you
                                      2. Flexibility
                                        1. Your planning tool should be your servant, never your master
                                        2. Portability
                                          1. Your tool should also be portable, so that you can carry it with you most of the time
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