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How to Stay on Track at Work


  Many people work at a dizzying pace, to the point that they feel that they don’t have time to fulfill all their obligations. The rush to finish projects translates into pressure and fatigue. When this happens, you tend to lose your way. You forget who it was you were meant to write to, what task you were meant to prioritize, and even what agreement you came to earlier in the day. When we talk about direction at work, we mean orientation and hierarchy with regard to escalating activities. If both aspects are under control, you’re more efficient. In other…

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Chantal Maille
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