How one entrepreneur aced prioritization and found intrapreneurs to help her along the way (and how you can, too)

Even after building two businesses, Nicole Verkindt is always learning more about prioritization and finding intrapreneurs to join her company

“I start my morning with ‘what are my three biggest priorities today,’” she said. “And then whenever I get on a long flight – anything over an hour – I look at my biggest priorities this month.”

With these two tools, Verkindt is able to process the noise and focus on what’s important.

A big part of prioritization is planning (Source: Unsplash)
A big part of prioritization is planning (Source: Unsplash)

“Lots of negative things happen in startups,” Verkindt said. “You go backwards before you go forwards. If I just go back to remembering I only have these three things to get done, it’s helpful.”

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