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I’m not very good at time management.  I suspect I’m not the only one.  Early in my career, my manager said I should start each day with a prioritized “To Do” list and prepare the next day’s list before leaving the office that day.  Perhaps he said “leaving that night.”  I still do that today, but many of the projects towards the bottom of the list don’t get done.  However, now I’ve rediscovered time blocking.

Why don’t projects get done?  I can think of three reasons:

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