The Wedge

Free up time for strategic pauses by asking four questions – and apply “the Wedge.”

To neutralize the four time thieves, ask questions that target each one. 

  • First, ask what low-stakes or unnecessary tasks you can set aside. 
  • Second, ask where “good enough” is good enough. 
  • Third, ask what information you truly need. 
  • Fourth, ask what tasks or topics really deserve your attention.

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