Action Priority Matrix 

Think of the Action Priority Matrix as your task superhero. You’re going to give each task two scores: one for how important it is and one for how much work it needs. Add those scores up. Tasks that have a big impact but need less effort are your main heroes – do those first. Tasks with high scores in both areas might need more energy, but they’re still important. Low scores can wait for now. This superhero helps you pick what tasks are worth your time and energy.

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