Optimize your time by defragmenting where you spend it.

If time was a hard drive, how fragmented is your day?

Reflection

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Computers store data by writing 1s and 0s to a hard drive.

To optimize performance, all the bits for a related program or file are stored together. However, over time the free space becomes scattered, forcing the computer to store new programs throughout the disk. When free space becomes fragmented performance is hindered.

Defragmentation is the solution. By reorganizing related data files and putting them in the same physical location, free space is consolidated and performance is increased.

Optimize your time by defragmenting where you spend it.

Quote

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“Time is non-renewable.” ― Neeraj Agnihotri, Procrasdemon

Action

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Defragment your time.

If time was a hard drive, how fragmented is your day? Where is the free space? Is that time consolidated or scattered? 

What about your programs, your obligations, such as work? Does it take up a group of time sectioned together from 8-5? Or is it being written into the evening?

Is all your free space being written to at all hours in the name of productivity?

Until next time,

Josh Duffney


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