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The Strategy of Scheduling

 Set aside time to create order:

  • Do any task that can be finished in less than one minute, without delay.
  • Make a list of all the tasks you’d like to accomplish, and once a week, for just one hour, steadily work on these chores.
  • Every time you transition from one stage to another, take ten minutes to clean up your space.

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