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Does this sound familiar? You mean to start each day with 60-90 minutes of uninterupted time to complete important tasks, but the truth is that it is easy to get distracted: checking email, social media, etc.

I've been wondering: how to up productivity and still allow for the serendipity of social media and web surfing, which adds value and broadens horizons in a million small and unexpected ways?

It takes discipline -- and a plan -- to change the habits that FEEL productive, but are actually the opposite.
WHat do you do to manage your schedule, be more effective, and increase procuctiviy? For some good insights and tips, this article is worth a read.
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All too true! I like how you point out its the habits that FEEL productive but actually are not that are the worst for us!
 
Your suggestion about time tracker is on the top of my list! Knowing where the time goes is the first step:)
 
Love this SAAS solution! So easy to use and provides great data to help me be more productive.
 
This absolutely resonates with me. It's about focus.
 
Melissa, thanks for the reminder to re-read.  Constant battle to set priorities and stay focused!
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