Tag Archives: time management

Saying “No”: A Librarian’s Struggle 

This week, I received a sign from the Universe to take a step back from work. And by Universe, I mean my supervisor via Teams chat. The message read: “I mean this in the nicest possible way…stop volunteering for things.”   … Continue reading

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Small Hack and Big Picture Approaches to Time Management 

 Most of us have been overwhelmed at times by work obligations. It’s not uncommon to feel that between meetings and emails, there isn’t enough time left in the day to complete your actual work. The pandemic’s disruption to our usual … Continue reading

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Am I Efficient? How Well Do I Manage Time?

by Dean Duane Strojny “Can you recommend a good, practical read on efficiency, productivity, time management, etc.?  I’d like to read something someone else has had a good experience using or got something useful from.” This was in my email … Continue reading

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Time Management for Playmakers

by Margaret Jane Ambrose Lately, I have been thinking a lot about time.  Mostly because I could use more of it (but then who couldn’t?), but also because I’ve been fielding a lot of questions about what I do with … Continue reading

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The Downside of Prioritizing Productivity

by Tara Mospan “Do more with less.”  Out of necessity, and prompted by the national economic downturn, many of us are fully executing this mantra and have radically changed how we approach our work.  We have searched out ways to … Continue reading

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