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I have 2 tasks. One core task presents me with knowledge growth opportunities, the other does not. Both tasks are equal in importance and anticipated completion timings. Which should be given priority? I am placing priority on the core task that will present me with growth opportunities. On the flip side, by doing the well known core task first, I may possibly gain some extra time to spend on the knowledge task. Would be interested to hear other views.

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Its a great question Wendy, the sense of tasks that we see as having equal priority. My guidance would always be to focus on the core task first as its likely to have the potential to be more Important long term and you avoid the task falling into being done Urgently. As you say, having completed this then there might be benefits then associated with the Knowledge task being completed 2nd


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