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Fed up of trying to find time? Why Time Management Doesn’t Work – Reason #3

7 May 2011 | Personal Productivity

It’s amazing what you find when you’re trying to find more time. Here’s video 3 on Why Time Management Doesn’t Work.

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6 Comments

  1. Jenny Flintoft

    lol – wouldn’t it be lovely if WE could find more time under the sofa!!

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    • Grace Marshall

      It WOULD! And the floor under my sofa would be so clean! Lol, thanks for stopping by to comment Jenny 🙂

      Reply
  2. Anonymous

    Love this! It’s what you DO with time that makes the difference. Thanks for the reminder, Grace. 🙂

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    • Grace Marshall

       You’re welcome Erin! I’m looking forward to seeing what you create with your time 🙂

      Reply
  3. Be Positive Mom

    Gret video on the difference between finding time and being proactive with your time. And like Jenny noted below, too funny about finding time under the sofa! I’m afraid to look under mine 🙂

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    • Grace Marshall

      Ha I know what you mean! Thanks for your comment, I’m glad you enjoyed the video 🙂

      Reply

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