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When you can't let go completely of an activity, you can open up more space in your life by setting firmer boundaries around it so that you still have space for other items that matter.
For example, limit the number of hours you spend on checking and responding to emails or the time you spend on your phone.
Delegate activities that you don’t need to do yourself. You can save yourself at least four to five hours a week by having others help.
As you plan your day, ask yourself: Is this something that I really need to do myself, or could someone else do this instead?
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