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A frequent error when

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A frequent error when planning is to consider the ideal situations, without setbacks. We thought: " Hmmm, this is going to take me about 20 hours if I get with it from Monday to Friday from 4 to 8, which is the gap that I have free, in five days I have it ready, great! " Meeecccc ... ERROR! In everyday life, weeks are more usual where something unforeseen happens, on the contrary. One day the washing machine breaks, the other one breaks the car, the next one has to do several papers, or someone gets sick or emerges to buy something urgent. You do not have a week in which you are free of something with which did not you count? When one of these last-minute things break into our day-to-day, our planning falls apart. We fail to meet all deadlines and consequently generate stress. To me, few things disrupt me as much as dealing with unforeseen events. What can we do to prevent these moments of madness? Very simple: to foresee that we will have setbacks. This implies leaving open spaces in our agenda to have room for maneuver and also avoid doing things at the last moment because, just then, an emergency may occur that we have to attend to. Essay Help UK Writing Service - Writers



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