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Are You Busy Being Busy? Why Time Management Doesn’t Work – Reason #2

6 May 2011 | Personal Productivity

This is the second in a series of 3 videos on Why Time Management Doesn’t Work.

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    I love the high five concept it reminds us to celebrate when we achieve what we set out to do. What Grace says about making sure we are productive rather than busy is key to success in your business

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    • Grace Marshall

      Yes! Celebrating gives us fuel for what’s next too, whereas worrying tends to keep us stuck where we are. Thanks for taking the time to comment Anne.

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  2. Jenny Flintoft

    Well done Grace – I’m a big believer that less is definitely more! Think that by breaking it down into smaller more focused chunks allows you to be so much more productive 🙂

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    • Grace Marshall

      Thanks Jenny – absolutely, and interestingly I’m a bit like that with food too – if you give me bite-sized buffet style food I get through much more of it!

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