If you want to free up your Friday and have it as a day of uninterrupted time that you can use however you’d like, you have to evaluate your weekly priorities and keep a close eye on your schedule.
Avoid to schedule meetings or other important things and keep on the table just casual stuff - a networking coffee get-together for example.
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