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Monday, 7:30 a.m. It's bid day for the Shawn project, and you still have to complete the hardware take-off. You've also promised Ms. Tyler you'll get specification alternates to her by 10:00, and your biggest client is leaving for two weeks and you need to bill him before he goes. Then your lead carpenter on the Porter job calls in sick, and your lumberyard calls to say its driver can't get onto the Matthews site because you're not there yet to unlock the gate. Sound familiar? If so, you could probably improve both your effectiveness and state of mind by using a good time-management system. The phrase sounds ominously corporate, but all it means is learning to organize and use your