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4 Productivity Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making

Not Getting Enough Rest

  • When we get tired, we make mistakes, which means more time and money must be put into correcting those mistakes. 
  • When we get tired, it takes us longer to do things, costing more time and money to do something that could get done in less time if we were fully awake. 

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Not respecting your calendar

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Multitasking

Ringing phones, text messages, reminders, pop-ups, social media, email.

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