Time Management: It's NOT About Time
Get really honest with yourself, your work situation, and your surroundings.
Look around at your office and figure out if the set up or schedule works at all for what you are trying to achieve. For example, if you are a person that needs quiet to concentrate but are surrounded by chaos, what can you do to alter your environment, schedule or set-up to give you some quiet?
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