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101 Ways to Make Every Second Count: Time Management Tips by Robert W. Bly

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Most of the techniques throughout this book are simple, yet powerful, so don't be put off by their brevity or ease of implementation. " "Lists work only if they are 100-percent leakproof," notes personal productivity coach David Allen in an interview with Fast Company magazine (May, 1998). For instance, if your "to-call" list doesn't include all of the phone calls you have to make, then your mind still has to remember some of them. Determine Priorities Can you always work on what you want to work on, right when you want to work on it?

It's not only women, of course; for both sexes, busyness has become an important insignia of upper-middle-class status.  . You can't jam 25 hours into a 24-hour day. Time is a nonrenewable resource that's consumed at a constant and relentless rate. Once an hour is gone, it's gone forever; you can never get it back. Yet you can solve most of your time-related problemsnot enough time, too much to do, deadlines too short, bosses too demanding, not getting to your own prioritiessimply by increasing the productivity of the one resource you can control: you.

To understand this value and make it meaningful, you need to assign an actual dollar-per-hour value to your time. Then, when you make decisions about how to spend your time, you weigh the hourly cost against the potential reward from the activity you're considering. If it doesn't pay off, don't do it. For instance, my wife has a friend, Mary, who spends a lot of her time driving to different stores to hunt down the best sales. Page 39 She proudly boasts about saving $1 on paper towels or getting a product that costs $25 at the nearby mall for only $16 at a discount outlet 15 miles away.

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