Thinking of your schedule by weeks instead of days will increase your productivity

I Know How She Does It” author Laura Vanderkam explains why looking at your schedule in 24-hour days is a bad idea. A more effective way to plan your schedule and get things done is looking at it as a 168-hour week.

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