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What is an Eisenhower Matrix and what is it for?
The Eisenhower Matrix is a method that uses a quadrant diagram to analyze what is important and what is urgent and separate it into four quadrants: important and urgent, important but not urgent, urgent but not important, and not important or urgent.
In addition, it serves to help make decisions about pending tasks. That's why it's also called the time matrix: do, decide, delegate, and eliminate.
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