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MANAGEMENT

Juggling your time is a zero-sum game

Michael Hyatt, chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers, says your time is a zero-sum game: “When you say yes to one thing, you are simultaneously saying no to something else. The more successful you get, the more difficult this becomes. You find yourself saying no to good things – worthy things – in order to say yes to your most important priorities.” MichaelHyatt.com

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