6 Everyday Time-Savers
Between e-mail, phone calls, and snail mail, the average person receives around 150 communications daily. If you receive something that can be handled in a minute or two, do it immediately: Sifting through old voicemails and e-mails isn’t efficient. If you don’t need to deal with a communication personally, delegate it. If you should handle but need time, schedule it into your calendar, and put the communication away until then.
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