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Time — Is There a Way to Gain More for What You Want?

Can we make work work for us?

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Have you ever thought this meeting could have been an email? My first job involved spending at least 5 hours of the day in meetings. Although the average time an individual can fully concentrate in a meeting is 13 minutes, the ‘urgent’ priorities my former boss set in the rapidly dwindling workday gave me invaluable…

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