When the tasks and assignments pile up, leaders can become overwhelmed. A multitude of things to do can paralyze even the most productive leaders. When the problems and tasks are so plentiful that leaders don’t know where to start, they often shut down and pretend they just need a little room to breathe before starting.
Some might appreciate interacting with this open Eisenhower Matrix web app:
It is hard to fathom how different my idea of urgent and important is to Dwight's.
I don’t agree with your title but I do agree with the post.