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How To Prioritise Projects

How To Prioritise Projects

A Simple System To Prioritise Projects


Most of the time we have too many projects on the go which makes prioritising projects a nightmare. If we knew how to prioritise projects better then we’d get more done.

But it’s not just getting more stuff done that will grow your business.  No, It’s doing the right stuff and focusing on the right projects which will have the biggest impact and take your business to the next level.

Consequently, in order to focus on the right things you need to be able to prioritise projects and prioritise them well so that you can accelerate the growth in your business.

The following is a simple system which you can use to prioritise projects.

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