This Fourth of July brings to mind a section of Benjamin Franklin's autobiography. Mr. Franklin was not only a prolific writer, inventor, scientist, and one of the authors of America's Declaration of Independence. He is also my inspiration for time management.
Below is what he called his daily scheme.
I wondered how he managed to produce so much given only eight hours of work a day. He slept seven hours. He got up at 5 a.m. for washing, prayers, and breakfast, which took three hours. He took a two-hour lunch! And he had four hours in the evening for supper and "diversions".
What I Learned from Mr. Franklin:
Do you have a daily schedule? What time management tools support your life?