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THE CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK

We found the four time management techniques that will get you in the top 1% of people in a balanced way.

How do we use them to build a schedule? Here’s your challenge of the week.

1 - Write a goal and split it into independent milestones.

2 - Write a list of repetitive tasks you must achieve to reach each milestone.

3 - Track each task’s timings.

4 - Schedule your tasks on your calendar following the Eisenhower Matrix priority.

5 - Respect the 3x4 Method to balance work and free time.

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Passionate about self-improvement, personal growth, finance, and creativity. I love to inspire people to become the better version of themselves. Author @ www.cosmopolitanmindset.com

Discover the time management strategies used by the top 1%! Learn 4 proven techniques to maximize your productivity and achieve elite success.

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