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#** Eisenhower Matrix
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Add or substitute any other stages you might want, e.g. “Working on”, “This Week”, etc.
1 (Urgent/ Important)
2 (Not Urgent/ Important)
3 (Urgent/ Not Important)
4 (Not Urgent/ Not Important)
NEXT 30+ DAYS
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Why create 30+ days?… Because you will have a holding place for recurring monthly tasks to drag and drop to (From “Today’s” column) a month from today.
Santa Claus is coming to town!!
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You may or may not want this section. Personally I don’t use it. It was an afterthought so as not to repeat the “CALENDAR” title.
- A Kanban-style board with:
(a) A Projects (Backlog) column
(b) A Today (WIP) column
(c) A Calendar column
- An Eisenhower Matrix is part of the Today column, which is nestled between the Projects and Calendar columns for easy pushing and pulling, since it is the center of the Kanban Calendar.
- A Matrix index section at the foot of the Projects column to easily highlight and focus on tasks according to urgency/ importance in the Today column.
- Each new day we would pull the tasks from the next day in the Calendar column into the Today column (Eisenhower Matrix), as well as any tasks we might choose from the Projects column… thereafter deleting that day in the calendar.
- The ability to align specific sections of each column through scrolling for easier dragging and dropping (Pushing and pulling) of tasks between sections.
Suggestion: Create each task in an individual card.
Matrix icons: Frank Degenaar
Film by Joe Mortell from The Noun Project
Books by Simple Icons from The Noun Project
Calendar by Edward Boatman from The Noun Project
Alert by Icons8 from The Noun Project
Hammer by John Caserta from The Noun Project
Check Box by Nate Eul from The Noun Project
Solar System by Ilsur Aptukov from The Noun Project
Calendar by Slavko Janjic from The Noun Project
Information icon: Public Domain