Part 1 of our guidance on executive priorities, delegation, and being willing to get in trouble.

When you become an executive, your workload triples, but your available time is reduced by a third too. How can anyone possibly make this work?

When you become an executive, your workload triples, but your available time is reduced by a third too. How can anyone possibly make this work? By setting priorities, delegating regularly, and being willing to get in trouble for things that are less important. And believe it or not, a hard boiled egg and Napoleon's battles will serve as good analogies to executive priority setting.

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  • How do executives manage their priorities?
  • How do executives get everything done?
  • How can I manage my overwhelming workload?

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