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Chapter 4. The 24/7 Lifestyle: Time Mana... > Only 24 Hours in a Day: Overbooking ...

Only 24 Hours in a Day: Overbooking Time

There are only 24 hours in a day. We know it. You know it. So why do our day planners sometimes look as if there are 72 hours in a day? We all fall victim to overbooking from time to time.

Whether you use To-Do lists, day planners, electronic schedulers, or throw darts at a dartboard marked with client names, whatever plan you use to schedule your day needs to have a healthy dose of reality. A sure sign you've fallen victim to overbooking is when you consistently move projects from day to day. If half your To-Do list moves from Monday, to Tuesday, to … all the way to Friday, you're trying to do too much in one day—or you're procrastinating (covered in the very next section!).


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