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Delivering Time Management for IT Professionals: A Trainer's Manual by Dr. Jan Yager

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Re-evaluating and setting new goals

As noted earlier in Prioritizing goals for greater clarity and productivity, when you finish a priority goal, you can cross it off your list and go on to the next one. In general, you are going to want to move on to the next goal on your list of priority goals to tackle. But you also have to be open to some flexibility about this especially if time has passed or circumstances have changed, since you originally set your goals and your prioritized those goals. What that means is that sometimes, even if you don't finish a goal, as hard as it is for most of us to leave a goal undone, you may have to put it aside. That is because, upon re-evaluation, you realized that you need to change your goal and do something ...

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