- Posted by Richard Iurilli
- On June 19, 2015
- Career management, Productivity
Juggling priorities isn’t a new phenomenon, but with the explosion of new technologies in the digital age comes expanded roles, the need for more diverse skillsets, and additional demands on our time. Add in responsibilities with your family and friends and the problem is worse than ever.
If you’re not Elon Musk, all that can be pretty exhausting. Countless studies have been conducted on the way people handle conflicting priorities, and countless books have been written on the best ways to do. While the 4-hour workweek is likely a pipe dream for most of us, there are still a number of practical ways to save some precious time and energy. Even trimming an hour a week from your schedule means a few extra minutes a day to spend with your family or relaxing by yourself.