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Part I: Time Management Principles > What Controls Your Time?

Chapter 2. What Controls Your Time?

The best starting place to improve your use of time is to determine the extent to which you control the time available to you. No one has total control over a daily schedule. Someone or something will always make demands. However, everyone has some control—and probably more than they realize.

A portion of each day (working hours or school hours) is regulated and should be used for those activities. Even within this structured time, there are opportunities to select which tasks or activities to handle and what priority to assign to each of them. It is the exercise of these discretionary choices that allows you to control your time.


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