take back your time

Last week I asked what everybody was so busy with.

To continue that theme, today is Take Back Your Time Day, created to “challenge the epidemic of overwork, over-scheduling and time famine that now threatens our health, our families and relationships, our communities and our environment.”  For more information, visit the Web site.

In addition, the author of this post hypothesizes that instead of focusing on productivity, when you work on tasks enthusiastically, productivity will follow.

Finally, you may be familiar with Marc Andreessen’s “Anti To-Do” list Anti To-Do list, but I just learned about it today. Could you benefit from recognizing what you actually have done instead of what you plan to do?

In order to take back your time, can you let go of some activities so you can enjoy the moment and get more done?  Leave a Reply, below, and let us know.

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