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10/19/2012

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Great article, Dana and thanks for sharing these key questions. I believe that if you are drowning on tasks and don’t know what to do to get all things done all you need to do is hire someone who can help you. It does not only help you get things done but it also improves work flow and efficiency. One way that help me get things done in a short period of time is by setting an estimated amount of time when working on each task. I actually automate it using Time Doctor, which tracks time accurately on real time. The key that I can follow scheduled tasks and finish it on time is with self discipline.

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