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Then he spends the next 20 minutes talking about his recent vacation. This is a real time waster that can delay high-priority work. It’s essential to put a limit on these types of calls; otherwise you’ll find yourself frittering away precious minutes. If your coworker wants to talk about his vacation and you have a project to accomplish, you don’t have to cut him off rudely. Explain the situation as pleasantly as possible: “I’m sorry, but I really have to get this done. Can I call you back later or see you for lunch?

Perhaps you can put off some of your priorities the way Jamie did. But others must be accomplished. If you put your priorities in writing, you can go back to them after a crisis has passed. And even if it means working late, you can accomplish your most important priorities every day. Once you determine what your priorities are, get a start on each project. Don’t neglect unpleasant tasks—you will have to do them sooner or later. Decide which tasks absolutely have to be finished first; then set small deadlines for different parts of them.

Keep only one to-do list that is neat and easy to read. Post the list where it will be easily seen, and use it for errands and assignments as well as for long-term and short-term goals. Develop a weekly schedule by dividing each day into increments (half-hour or hour increments work best). 3 ELIMINATING TIME WASTERS M ichelle was supposed to be studying for a science test. It was an important exam that counted heavily toward her final grade, but she just couldn’t seem to get down to work. First there was a telephone call from her friend Arlene, complaining about her boss again.

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