Let’s get real: If you want to reclaim control of your time, it’s your responsibility.


You can change the defaults of distraction and busyness by reconfiguring your technology.


Your days will never be perfectly planned. And while it’s not your fault that you live in a world of endless busyness and distraction, you can do something about it. You can adjust the defaults of this world.


You can create an environment that supports and enables the kinds of decisions you want to make about your time.


If you’re intentional about your decisions, yet forgiving when things don’t go according to plan, you can change your life. You have to start sometime. Why not today?


Personal Growth


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