It may not feel like it, but now is the time to plan for great things.
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I used to know what time was for. I could divide it into clean blocks: family time, work time, personal time. Now it’s a messy jumble, where I struggle to focus on any one thing. And for other people, whose jobs are on hold or whose companies have no clear path forward, time might feel like time is in sudden abundance—a bounty of unused hours.
No matter the circumstance, I hope you’ll consider this:
Our time matters more now than it ever has.
Do not waste it.
I often think back to a moment just before the world turned upside down. I was at dinner with a bunch of entrepreneurs, and got to chatting with Meghan Asha, the CEO of a company that hosts trade