How to Improve Time Management – Reactive vs Proactive

How to Improve Time Management – Reactive vs Proactive

In this video CEO Paul Brown and Pastor Kevin Patterson show you how to improve time management by understanding the dangers of being reactive vs proactive. We look at how to become more proactive, by examining the urgent vs important things in life with a tried-and-true method used by President Dwight D. Eisenhower and further developed by Steven Covey.

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About this video:
In this video Paul Brown and Kevin Patterson show you how to improve your time management and distinguish between urgent vs important and reactive vs proactive. You can take control of your time and become more productive using this tried and true method!

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