Think about your schedule. No, really think about it. When we first try to envision our weeks, it is normal for us to start off with the typical commitments. We have work for a certain number of hours a week, but if we are unable to finish everything in a reasonable fashion, that time will bleed over or we will work late. Then you have the personal and social commitments that you have made, but those always last longer than you budget for, so you end up sleeping later and fatigued at work. You may find that you spend more time playing catch-up than you care to admit. Instead of trying to personally account for all the time that is slipping out of your fingers, you can save the stress by hiring a productivity coach. Sometimes you need an outside opinion to understand how to best restructure your life. If you are looking to be more productive, watch this video today to learn why a coach may be a good investment!
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