- Take time-outs. For limited periods every day, don't answer your e-mails and forward your calls to voice mail. According to Patricia J. Hutchings, author of the book, "Managing Workplace Chaos," one hour of interrupted time equals 4 hours of productivity.
- Negotiate for time. Post your projects and deadlines on your door or your wall to show how the hours of your day are allocated. Then, instead of telling someone you're too busy for them, you can say, "I need your help prioritizing."
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