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[h3]Set specific times during the day to perform certain jobs (e.g., I will work from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on the most important task of the day).[/h3]
WHY? This will help ensure you address the most important tasks rather than simply react to external demands.

HOW? Prioritize the things you want to accomplish and assign them a time slot. Don't get overambitious. Things always take longer than you think.

SOURCE: Tony Schwarz, A Better Way of Working
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