“A Practical Plan for When You Feel Overwhelmed,” by Peter Bregman
Start by writing things down on a piece of paper. Really.
“How to Allocate Your Time, and Effort,” by Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Aiming for universal perfection is a great way to be mediocre at everything.
“Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time,” by Tony Schwartz and Catherine McCarthy
Time is a finite resource, but energy is different.
“Time for Happiness.” Its lead article is by Ashley Whillans at Harvard Business School, whose research explores the relationship between time and money and how our thinking about the two is flawed. She concludes that the happiest people find ways to use their money to buy more time, instead of just using their time to make more money.
Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.