Real life time management

Is your diary or Outlook jam-packed with various meetings, appointments and tasks? In the modern world of work, this is hardly unusual. In our 24-hour culture where instant results are not only demanded but expected, it’s all too tempting to try to use the entire 24 hours of a day to cram in everything you promised yourself or others that you’d do.

Mon, 19 Mar 2012 | By Nisa ChitakasemIs your diary or Outlook jam-packed with various meetings, appointments and tasks? In the modern world of work, this is hardly unusual. In our 24-hour culture where instant results are not only demanded but expected, it’s all too tempting to try to use the entire 24 hours of a day to cram in everything you promised yourself or others...

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