Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. Why do some people seem to get more out of it than others? Adopting time management skills may do two things. First, it may allow you to become more efficient, letting you accomplish more tasks in the same amount of time. But for many, doing more may not be a key part of the equation. It could mean doing less.
It may be far more time-consuming to teach others to do certain tasks than to simply do them yourself. But as your to-do list grows longer, delegation often becomes necessary. By assigning certain tasks to others, you may be able to put more time and energy into the tasks that are tough or impossible to delegate.
If you find much of your working time is spent on the same tasks, try to automate them.
Sometimes, you just have to say no.
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