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Get More Done in '21!


Wow, there was a ton thrown at us in 2020 and we're all looking forward to a new start in the new year.  With every new year comes a new beginning, thinking about priorities  & how to accomplish our meaningful choices.

The attachment in this post from Hubspot highlights some aspects from their blog post on "How to stop the most common productivity prohibitors"

  1. Make Every Minute Count
  2. Keep Your Workspace Tidy
  3. Get Laser-Focused
  4. Reset & Recharge

If you're curious about time-blocking  or time-batching, this is for you!

This year, infuse common sense with discipline not to just get things done but get the right things accomplished for you!


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