7 Ways to Work Better…By Working Less

by Herbert Lui
This post originally appeared on Contently’s The Freelancer We can’t create time. It’s finite, and we never seem to have enough. While it’s important to manage and schedule tasks, time is only half the equation. The second half is about managing energy, which, unlike time, is replenishable. Even though many of us think the best way to work hard is to put our heads down and gr ...Read the full article


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