Thursday, January 26, 2012

"No" is the New "Yes": Four Practices to Reprioritize Your Life, courtesy of Harvard Business Review

"Do the most important thing on your list first when you get to work in the morning, for up to 90 minutes. If possible, keep your door closed, your email turned off and your phone on silent. The more singularly absorbed your focus, the more you'll get accomplished, and the higher the quality of the work is likely to be. When you finish, take a break to renew and refuel. "

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