The more time you spend using the Eisenhower Matrix, the more aware you will become of where your workload sits in each quadrant. The only thing you have left to do after this is to shift your time in the right direction. You can be more effective with your time and dedicate it to more important things when you know what we aim for – what your personal/organizational goals are. You can focus on important things when you say no to not important and not urgent things in our life/organization and you learn to delegate those tasks effectively to others. Organizational skills and time management are transferable personal skills. If you’re a well-organized person, you will remain well-organized regardless of the job you are doing. You bring this soft skill to any position at your work and it is highly appreciated skill for any employers looking in their employees. Good organizational skills turn us into efficient and effective employees. If you have the right set of specific hard skills but are lacking organization skills, your productivity is going to plummet.