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Time management through reduction

When time feels crunched, it encourages us to be more creative with our To-Do's. What really matters? What really requires our attention? Is the time invested worth the outcome? These are all questions that will highlight the value of what we choose to do.

Often less is more. You're not allowed to be distracted. You must be focused in order to maximize the reduced time.

Once we get out of thinking that time is only reduced on days we don't manage it well, then breaking the illusion that time is always crunched will be enlightening. After all, our understanding of time is limited to how long we're conscious enough to be aware of it.

So here we go. Was this read worth your time?

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