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daylight saving: save 1 hour every day

The U.S. just ended daylight saving time and gained one hour for one day. One hour for one day isn’t much and some of us used it to catch up on an extra hour of sleep. But it doesn’t have to be for only one day. What if you could save one hour every day? What would you do? No, really. Stop right now and think about it. Make a list of 10 things you would do with one extra hour each day. When you have ten, come back and read the rest of this post.

(tick tock, tick tock.) Welcome back. Do you have your list of 10 things you’d do with an extra hour every day? Great!

Time is our most valuable commodity. you can’t make more of it, you can’t really save it, you can’t slow it down or speed it up. But there may be a way to ‘find’ an hour a day in your life of business or business of life. It’s not really creating more time, there are only 24 hours in every day. It’s about reallocating the time to more important things. Here are three steps to finding an hour a day:

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strengthen your strategic thinking muscle

Have you recently moved from an operational position into a strategic one? Often we move from doer to visionary without warming up our strategic thinking muscles. Would you run a marathon without training first? Attempting strategic thinking without training your strategic muscle is just as frustrating and painful. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. Widen your perspective | Clarify your vision | Thing in time | Challenge yourself – take action now!
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The Wisdom of Nemo

Please note: This post has been moved from its original location at www.lindadeluca.wordpress.com to provide a bit of historical reference. The links may no longer be active / accurate. — Actually, the title should be ‘The Wisdom of Dory.’ Recently I was spending a relaxing evening at home and was in search of an enjoyable movie. As I surfed the channels I...

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