Brad Feld just published a post called Good Bad Like Dislike that provides a useful frame for assessing and managing your activities. The comments are interesting – one gentleman compares it to an EOS activity that has as its ultimate goal getting everyone on your team to work in their Unique Ability, a term coined by Dan Sullivan but surely derivative of many others.
I will definitely add this to my basket for my personal quarterly retreat – my time is my most valuable asset, and I have to actively manage it to not get sucked into stupid stuff. In a world where talent is a few clicks away, there is no reason to ever do the stuff you’re bad at and dislike. Except maybe getting your tax data ready for the CPA.