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How to Manage Time: The G&E Show

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If you want to manage your time, you must learn to consolidate.

The definition of consolidate—to make something physically stronger or more solid; to combine a number of things into a single, more coherent whole.

Consolidating your efforts, energy, and goals in order to manage your time effectively helps you to become whole. Make a list of things you can eliminate because you can’t consolidate without at some point getting rid of things or people that take too much of your time that doesn’t contribute to your goals in life!

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