Day 2: Escape The #1 Time-Management Trap


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Day 2

Welcome to Day 2 of 7 Days To Better Productivity & Time Management.

Today’s task will take about 1 hour.

Today we’ll learn a secret that will help you escape one of – if not the – biggest time-management traps there is.

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142 thoughts on “Day 2: Escape The #1 Time-Management Trap

  1. Renee says:

    I do tackle the small jobs before big ones. It feels like I’d I just get them done, I will have complete focus and not be as overwhelmed. It’s not working very well. I’ll start to be aware of when I’m falling into this fallacy this week. And my priorities are kids, generating energy, time management, boyfriend and financial stability.

  2. Lisa says:

    I am very anxious about knowing I can’t finish everything. I make lists and expect to finish them and when I don’t at the end of the day, I don’t feel accomplished. I know it isn’t a good way to think of it and I need to change my mindset. I know focusing on what matters should be my only goal. But I am overwhelmed with all everyone expects from me right now. i feel like I am on an endless treadmill. However, this week I will focus on my marriage and time with husband, taking care of myself for a change, including my health and down time, Focus on one part of my career instead of every aspect, cooking more at home, and purging things out of my life to make it more simplified. Fingers crossed!

  3. Carol A says:

    It is actually a relief to know I’ll never get anything finally done. I have been spinning wheels getting the small stuff “out of the way.” I.e., never STARTING with the big stuff. For me, #1 is my health, so MAKE TIME for easy cooking healthily and for (gulp) exercise. The next priority has all sorts of psychic repercussions — declutter. (I was on my way to hoarding seriously). Will pledge to an hour a day walking or swimming, and another hour decluttering FLOORS. I fell again 2 days ago on bedroom piles. Don’t need to do that again.

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