Monthly Archives: October 2011

Giving Away Your Time

We spend so much of our lives getting compensated for our time, that it’s important to remember to give it away once in a while. Even though our schedules already feel packed to their fullest, finding room to volunteer our … Continue reading

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But It Doesn’t Look Finished

Have you ever noticed that it’s really difficult to motivate yourself to complete a task that doesn’t produce an immediate, visible result? It can be a real challenge to your time management. For example, if you have a paper to … Continue reading

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Passing vs Spending Time

Usually, I am a huge advocate of finding ways to spend time, not pass time. When you are spending time you are looking for meaningful and purposeful ways to use your precious hours. When you are passing time, you’re just … Continue reading

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The Vacation Dilemma

Time off from work or school is great. No one is going to argue with that. However, deciding how to spend this rare chunk of free time can prove difficult. I’ve found that people usually have one of two reactions … Continue reading

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The ABC’s of Time Management

I frequently hear time management advice that tells us to prioritize our days based on the “ABC” system. A’s are things we have to do, B’s are things we’d like to do and C’s are things it’d be nice to … Continue reading

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