Friday, February 17, 2006

Procrastination and Time Management

David Swanner has an excellent post about making more time at the South Carolina Trial Law Blog. His conclusion:

In reality, when we say that we don't have time for something, we’re saying "It's not a high enough priority to get to".

His post reminded me of a study I posted about a year ago on Why We Overcommit. The authors of the study found that we always expect to have more time in the future than we have in the present.

But as Dave points out, "Everyone gets the same amount of time." And even though you can't make more time, you can make better choices about how you spend your time.

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