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"How To Get More Out of Tomorrow Than You Did Today with A Simple Time Management Tip"


A few weeks ago, I shared with you my early morning time management strategy that lets me get more done. It seems that there's always more to be done than there are hours in the day. Am I right, or what?

Well, I frequently get asked how I get all the things done that I do. My carpet cleaning business, my publication business, my homeschooling, being a wife, and being a Mom.

The answer isn't all that mysterious!

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The first thing in time management is to prioritize what is most important in your life. Is it your kids? Is it having your house clean? Is it working on your business?

For me, the answer is to be a wife and mom 1st and foremost.

But the other stuff needs to get done too...there are not enough hours in a day for me to get it done, so I don't do it.

I made a list of everything that I DIDN'T want to do and delegated that off to someone else.

For example....

You may be shocked to know that I don't clean my house. I have cleaners come in 2 times a week.

With all that I have on my plate, I had to make a time management choice: spend the hours for the cleaning, or pay someone to do it so that I can do what's at the top of my priority list.

You might be thinking that you could never do such a thing; but let me assure you - if you're 'to do' list is so big that it's taking time away from what's most important to you, then you can't afford NOT to.

So, just pick that ONE thing that you just can't stand to do. Then get someone else to do it for you - or just don't do it at all. You'll be much happier and much more productive if you just use this one time management tip. Trust me!


Laura Bankston


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