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Case Study 1

Over commitment. Among experienced networkers, it is somewhat common to overcommit. Often, this happens because you have experience - and come to believe that you are better at multi-tasking, than perhaps you are. Other reasons are to please others (sometimes at your own expense of time and resources) or flattery at being asked without checking out the extent of the commitment. Truly assess your motivations in committing to others--step back, and rethink your priorities. You might also find the information on page 53-54 worth reading again.

If you find yourself guilty of procrastination, the best advice I can share comes from American Author, Mason Cooley who said: "Procrastination makes easy thing hard and hard things harder." If this becomes your nemesis, you have to work on procrastination in the larger context of how you get things done.

Neglecting priorities/using-up personal time. These issues are subtle forms of procrastination.

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