You know what I hear all the time from people who feel more overworked than a Buffalo snow-plow driver? "I have no time." No time to think, no time to work, no time to tell people I have no time. So what we all think we have in today's day and age is a time management problem. We're overburdened and undermanned. You know what I think? It actually has little to do with time at all. Our problem is more of an energy management problem. If we feel energized, excited, jazzed, and ready to rock at work, then time management is no longer an issue. You get to a somewhat cosmic point (like "the zone" for athletes) where you're managing time efficiently and smartly. You can't wait to get to work, and you enjoy going home as well. So, really, your goal maybe shouldn't be to delegate more or take on less; it should be to manage your health so that you feel as energized as a caffeinated puppy without having to rely on artificial and temporary means to do so.
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