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Lisa Lippman has sold over $1 billion in real estate over the past four years.

An NYC broker who has sold over $1 billion of luxury real estate in the past 4 years and works 16-hour days says she uses 3 simple tricks to stay orga...

Lisa Lippman represents multimillion-dollar clients around Manhattan. She counts on her time management skills to get through the workday.

15 ways to be more productive and manage your time better, according to career experts

There are many time-saving skills you can adopt to be more productive. Here, career experts share 15 ways to increase your productivity.
It's not about laziness.

Stop trying to achieve work-life balance and you’ll actually get things done

A helpful time-management tip is to remember that work-life balance doesn't necessarily have to happen every single day.
Don't let this happen to you.

7 simple things you can do at night to make your morning routine easier

When your morning routine involves chaotic scrambling, you're setting yourself up for a bad day.
This is how you can mess up your weekend.

11 things unsuccessful people do over the weekend

When it comes to weekends, the main thing that separates successful people from unsuccessful people is mindfulness.
It's easy to get buried in distractions — this story will help.

An executive coach uses rocks, pebbles, and sand to explain time management to new CEOs

Alisa Cohn has a helpful piece of advice for anyone who struggles with time management.
It can be counterintuitive.

Some simple math can help you stop wasting money and start spending it in ways that actually improve your life

Consider spending money to save time on activities you hate, like cleaning the house. Science suggests it will make you happier.
Leave yourself some breathing room.

Experts have a calendar scheduling strategy to make even the busiest person happier

If you schedule a time and place for every single leisure activity, you risk missing out on the happiness associated with spontaneity and flexibility.
Betty Liu, executive vice chairman of the New York Stock Exchange.

A New York Stock Exchange exec uses the ‘1-3-5 rule’ to eliminate lingering guilt over an unfinished to-do list

If you often struggle to get through the items on your to-do list, you'd be wise to try this productivity hack from the NYSE exec Betty Liu.

The reason so many people value money over time comes down to a common delusion you can expose with a simple question

We mistakenly assume we'll have more time in the near future than we do right now, which is one reason why we postpone unenjoyable commitments.