12 Time Management Mistakes That Set You Up for Failure
How committed we are to work is hurting our relationships
Time management is all the rage these days, and it’s easy to understand why. Most people, and particularly entrepreneurs, are working themselves to the bone. It’s been found that 70 percent of us work beyond “office hours” and into the weekends. We’re working from bed, while eating dinner and when on vacation. This hurts our relationships, health and productivity.
It’s not shocking that we seek out as much time management advice as possible. Unfortunately, much of this information is so unhelpful it is setting you up for failure.
1. You think there isn't enough time. We’ve all been guilty of believing there is not enough time. We look at our to-do lists or calendar and get overwhelmed. “If I only I had more time today I could get all of this done.”
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