This is a guest post by Austin L. Church. Austin is a writer and consultant who runs a branding and content agency called Balernum. He lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, with his lovely and patient wife Megan, and their two boys and one girl. He would tell you that his family and his faith are the reason he is so gung-ho about improving his focus, his business, and himself. He wants his kids to say, “Go away!” not “Why is Dad always gone?” You can say hi on Twitter: @austinlchurch.
I can’t remember exactly when I first stumbled across the Covey quadrant.
You’ve probably seen it. It’s a larger square divided up into four smaller squares. You write “Urgent” in the top left and “Not Urgent” on the top right.