Why It’s Important To Guard Your Time

“If fragmented time was seen as the disease it is, it would be labeled an epidemic. No wonder people are putting in 80 hours just to manage to sweep up 30 good ones.”

How do you spend your hours?

If you split them into fragments of time spread out across numerous activities and distractions, you’re doing yourself a disservice.

Jason Fried explains why it’s important to guard your time and wonders why in a room of 600 people only 20 said they had found a solid four consecutive hours of time to work for themselves in the last five years.