- Build a Default Time Schedule
- Do hardest stuff at your most productive time – for most, this is the morning
- Schedule things that require concentration at your best quiet time – this may be end of day, or even at home
- A way to get back some time is to use lunch to eat and meet
- Have regular meetings at beginning or end of day, so as to break up the day.
Jim Estill is the master of time management that I follow closely. You will find a lot of great info on business and time leadership on his website.