1- Scheduling Time To Catch Up

#1 schedule time to catch up


As hard as we work to meet all of our goals, sometimes we fail to accomplish them all. Don’t beat yourself up about it. Instead, reserve time at the end of each week where you can catch up on anything you couldn’t finish. Allocating the extra time will take some of the pressure off and help keep you on track. And hey, if you don’t need it, use it as you please.



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