As PR professionals, we’re expected to wear many hats and juggle various activities simultaneously. With that in mind, I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on time management – in order to keep everything sorted and accomplish all tasks on time it’s imperative that those in PR (and any profession, really) have a grasp on priorities – Do you write the byline first or draft that creative pitch? Do you sort the media list or finish the award submission? I’ve found that we all have different, unique ways of keeping track of things like these. March previously wrote about to-do list angst, but I for one am still a diehard advocate of list making. Some people use Excel, others flag emails within their mailbox – I’m curious, what are some other methods you use or have heard of?
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