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A case for scheduling 3-5 things per day

A case for scheduling 3-5 things per day | A Better Life podcast

Podcast Overview:

http://www.TimeManagementTricks.com

So many of us are stressed out of our mind, swimming in never-ending lists of things to do.

What if there was a way to STOP being so overwhelmed, put LESS on your plate, and actually end up being MORE productive?

There is – and I cover it in this episode.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Time Management Tricks – If you need help with your time management, this will give you some great insights.

Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google)’s quote – “Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until  2003?, according to Schmidt. That’s something like five exabytes of data, he says.

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4 comments on “A case for scheduling 3-5 things per day

  1. Great tips, Rachel! I’ll try to incorporate this into my nightly routine going forward.

  2. I like your idea of defining 3-5 meaningful tasks per day. It might open the door to actually meeting or exceeding our goal. More often, we expect to complete 10 or 20 tasks by the day’s end, that never happens, and we feel dissatisfied with ourselves.

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