The best use of our time

I'll never forget those yellow pads of paper filled with tasks and appointments. Page after page of "things to do"—telephone calls to be made, reports to be written, meetings to attend, things to think about. Literally every minute of this executive's workday was booked. He was president of a research firm I once worked for, and he was known by his employees and clients as a consummate time manager.

Certainly, effective time-management skills and techniques can be useful. Yet, whether we rely on a pad of paper, a computer software program, or some other method to help manage our busy schedule, we still may feel unable or unwilling to give our fullest attention to what is most needful—spiritual progress.

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