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5 steps to take control of your time

When you have too much to do, and not enough time in which to do it, you may find it difficult to make good decisions and prioritise sensibly. After all, that can take up time! Also, you may resist delegating tasks to others, feeling that, until you have time to explain it fully, it’s quicker...
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