When it comes to time management, there is a common misconception. The misconception is that time management is about getting more done. It’s about how to squeeze more things into your day. In this view, the more you get done, the better. This view, however, will only lead you to become overwhelmed and even burnt out. Plus, it’s possible that the things you get done are not the important ones. What is the right view then? How should we approach time management? A while back I listened to a leadership podcast by Craig Groeschel. He made two statements that I think give us the answer: “Wise time management is not about doing more. It’s about doing more of what matter most.” “To be effective, you don’t do more. You do less better.” In…
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Keene State Announces the 2017 Spring Dean's List
1,245 students have been named to the spring 2017 dean's list at Keene State College.