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Let's listen in on a quick conversation between a man and a woman. As the woman pulls items from their bedroom closet, the man lies on the bed looking at a magazine.
Woman - "..., I cannot do this job without you. Most of these things are yours."
Man - "Well, honey, why don't you leave all that junk in the closet?"
[3 Minute Read or Listen Below]
How often do you say to yourself (or others), "there aren’t enough hours in the day?"
Time management is a popular term. It conjures visions of stopping clocks and herculean feats of efficiency, squeezing in one more task or commitment. In reality, it's less about managing time and more about managing ourselves and our decisions. We know that ineffective time management results in stress, anxiety, depression, sleep disruption, burnout, low self-esteem, and low confidence. Arguably, nothing we want.