Counselor Jessica Ha describes output as our ability to give and receive, our ability to hold up our end of the bargain, our ability to make some positive difference, and our ability to do our work efficiently. She sees a correlation between how we perceive the quality of our output and the use of our time. As our personal and professional interests and responsibilities grow, we have to learn how to juggle the different areas of our lives. Time management is a skill we develop, subconsciously and intentionally, as our responsibilities grow. This skill relieves stress, frees up hours in our day and brings peace of mind.
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