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This is a guest blog post written by Joy Miller managing editor of accelerated-degree.com.At age 27, I found myself sitting in a cubicle longing for a career change, but wondering how in the world I could go back to school while working full-time.
Want to talk about my weaknesses? Okay…here it goes.I can be a monkey.
I really believe that the better I schedule and manage my time, the more results I’ll see. If I can successfully schedule my life (personally and professionally), I can meet my goals.
About six months ago, I decided that working constantly wasn’t healthy, wasn’t necessary, wasn’t giving me any sort of credibility, and really wasn’t helping me get ahead.At that time, I was doing what everyone else is doing – working all of the time, working until late at night, emailing during dinner, emailing on the treadmill, looking at pointless stomach-turning emails before bed, letting my wheels spin until the second my head hits the pillow, sleeping with my phone under my pillow, waking up to Skype alerts, rolling out of bed just to get on the next conference call, using my weekends for work emails, and just constantly scrolling through the emails on my phone.
In my new book, Welcome to the Real World, I talk a lot about the importance of managing your personal life.I can’t stress how important it is to make time for the people who matter. Time is the most valuable thing you have and you don’t need to spend it with people who don’t add value to your life.