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Direct attention to your most important tasks

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Direct attention to your most important tasks by attaching price tags to items on your to-do list.

Corporate Dynamics President and CEO Mark Landiak prioritizes his to-do items by estimating how much potential income is attached to each item.

Example: A phone call isn’t just a five-minute task; it’s a client interaction that might represent a $5,000 contract. With that sort of perspective, Landiak knows where to focus in the morning.

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