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Working Better: How to Carve Out Time to Think

October 18, 2010
A few decades ago, career paths were more linear. A good company boy or girl could work at the same place for decades, climbing up the corporate ladder one promotion at a time. These days, not so much. In an economy in which people change jobs frequently and a time when many of us are creatively self-employed, you really have to think through your next moves. Of course, finding quiet time to focus is easier said than done when your boss is constantly interrupting you, your coworkers are addicted to meetings, and you have no self-restraint when it comes to Twitter. Here’s how to carve out strategic thinking time in a busy schedule.

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