How to Make Time for Work That Matters

Time is the one thing we could all use more of.

Just think how much you’d accomplish if you could add, say, 20% more time to your day.

Unfortunately, that’s not possible.

But you can free up a big chunk of the time you do have—by eliminating or delegating unimportant tasks.

Research shows that knowledge workers spend 41% of their time on low-value—and often tedious—tasks that could be handled by others.

Why does this happen?

Register for ‘How to Make Time for Work That Matters’ and find out!

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