How to Achieve More by Doing Less

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If you’re like a lot of working people your work day goes by at a harried and hectic pace. You eat breakfast on the fly, multi-task at the office, work through lunch, rush to meetings and stay late at your desk.

You’re really busy, but are you productive? Are you getting results or are you just really good at being busy?

I’m a big believer in leading a balanced life and allowing work to become such a burden is both unnecessary and counterproductive to the actual purpose of work, which is to get results. I’d like to explore the three most important things you can do to get your work life under control, achieve more and have more time to pursue your interests.