Time Management: Prioritize the Important
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If you budget your money, why don’t you budget your time? To know how to spend your time, you have to know where it’s going in the first place. This week, Jeff Kahler discusses the difference between the urgent and the important. IS there a difference? More importantly, will it make a difference in your business? What are the biggest time wasters, and how can you use your time to build your reputation, your leadership skills, and your self-esteem?
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