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Use a daily list

Use a daily list: Efficient Time Management
Use a daily list: Efficient Time Management

Daily jobs to do, 6 things at the most, written every day (because it keeps things under control and encourages you to transfer parts of larger tasks across from your master list), probably at the end of each day (which gives you closure and means you are less likely to be interrupted). Why you can't put everything on the master list. What it might physically be like. Minimal time required!

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Business Business Skills Time Management

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