Control your own schedule

07/15/2008 | SmartCompany.com.au (Australia)

As a first step in gaining control of your time, keep a daily log of the tasks you do and the time they take. Then see what tasks might be grouped more efficiently, see what meetings might be cut out and break big tasks into smaller, more manageable ones to reduce the risk of procrastination. At each day's end, note what you've accomplished and plan the next day.

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