Prioritization is a Symptom

“How do we prioritize all this work?” “What are mechanisms you use to prioritize?” “What if I have a lot of options that are all equal?”

These are all valid questions and prioritization is an important function of both home and professional work. However, we find most often that prioritization issues, like trust issues, are a symptom of deeper problems. This video discusses what some of those root causes are and how we at Modus Cooperandi approach them.

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Jim BensonPrioritization is a Symptom

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