Watch your margin

November 2013
Smart Business Akron/Canton;Nov2013, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p4
The article focuses on the importance of time management to be effective in business. It encourages business leaders to set clear goals and values for themselves and their organization. Business leaders should also establish what their goals are and then prioritize which is important. Establishing a margin in the daily schedule will reportedly make business leaders experience more peace and joy and less anxiety.


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