For questions 1–4, choose two of the following to fill in the blanks:
IMPORTANT, UNIMPORTANT, URGENT, NOT URGENT [Capitalize all answers.] 1. Quadrant I actions are IMPORTANT and URGENT.
2. Quadrant II actions are IMPORTANT and NOT URGENT
3. Quadrant III actions are UNIMPORTANT and URGENT.
4. Quadrant IV actions are UNIMPORTANT and NOT URGENT.
5. Creators spend as much time as possible in Quadrant…
Mastering Effective Self-Management
1. It is possible to manage time. TRUE
2. A self-management tool that provides an overview of upcoming commitments, appointments, and assignments by dates is a…
3. A self-management tool that records, by life roles, all important tasks to do that day or as soon as possible afterwards is a …
A. Next Actions List
4. A self-management tool that records and tracks, for two weeks, all of the outer and inner actions that need to be done repeatedly to reach a particular goal is called a
B. Tracking Form
5. Researchers at the University of Georgia found that students’ self-management skills and attitudes are even better predictors of their grades in college than their Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores. TRUE FALSE
1. Self-discipline is commitment made visible through purposeful actions. TRUE
2. Self-discipline has three essential ingredients: Commitment, Focus, and Creativity.
3. According to On Course, for many students the time to beware of losing focus is at midterm,
4. A self-management tool for tracking daily completion of one action long enough to create or eliminate a habit is called a ….
A. 32-Day Commitment
5. People are either born with self-discipline or they’re not. FALSE
On Course at Work: Self-Management at Work
1. The self-management skills you learn in college will make success in the workplace more likely. TRUE
2. These Quadrant II actions will...