Schedule “Flex” time (17/34)

When creating a schedule – whether daily, weekly, or per project – incorporate an hour or more for “overflow” or “flex” time. Schedules rarely proceed as planned, and getting behind on one task leads to a backup on all tasks. Plan for this time so you don’t have to worry about getting behind when the unexpected happens.

Contributor: Stuart Ridge from vitamedica.com

Written by Nathaniel Fried

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