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LEAVE YOUR JOB BEHIND
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LEAVE YOUR JOB BEHIND

25% to 40% of vacationers spent some vacation time working. Your job doesn't need a vacation, you do, so don't take your job with you.

KEEP MEETINGS BRIEF

E-mail informational reports and announcements in advance so you can devote the meeting to agenda topics.
 

HAVE DAILY GOALS

Before the end of each day you should know what it is you want to accomplish the next day.

TIME MANAGEMENT IS A TEAM SPORT

Respect other people's time. Interrupt less, accumulate questions, hold fewer meetings, keep e-mail brief and don't try to save time at the expense of your team members.

SEND FEWER E-MAILS

45% of the e-mails they received during a one-week period as being either low or non relevant.

PROTECT YOUR LUNCH BREAK

American workers, if they take a lunch break at all, do so for an average of only 15 to 36 minutes. Work continues to crowd out personal time.

SAYING NO BY DEFAULT

You can avoid the unpleasant task of saying no if you have already said yes to the priorities. Schedule the important tasks in your planner and you will be saying no by default.

 
 

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