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Did you ever feel you didn’t have enough hours in the day to complete all the things you wanted to? We might say to ourselves, “where did the day go? I didn’t get as much done as I thought!” That kind of thinking is not only bad for what you do it’s also bad for your health.
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In an excellent article by John Rampton, he placed the emphasis on what is really the most important and taking care of those things first. Here are five steps to make it easier.