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Music Applause. You may have thought that we started late, but it is ironic that the first speaker would be the author of the book "Procrastinate on Purpose". How is it that we have more tips and tricks, tools and technology, calendars and checklists than ever before, and yet we still always seem to be behind? How is it that we work longer hours, we're moving faster than we've ever moved in history, and yet we never seem to be caught up? How is it that we know more about time management today, and yet stress is at an all-time high? The reason why is because everything you know about time management is wrong. I first started to realize this a couple years ago. It was early on a Saturday morning, and I was at my business partner's house. I was picking him up for a very important international leader planning retreat. He has a two-year-old baby girl named Haven. Haven is the sweetest little thing you can imagine. She has curly brown hair and these sweet soft brown eyes. We live in Nashville, so she has a little southern accent that's developing. As I'm picking up Dustin and we're about to leave, Haven comes sprinting down the hallway and she leaps and latches onto Dustin's leg. She says, "Daddy, where are you going?" He looks down at her and says, "Oh, I'm sorry baby Haven. Daddy actually has to go to work today." She looks up at him, her eyes well up with tears, and she says, "No daddy, please no work today. No work, daddy." In that moment, I realized two things. First, I myself am not ready to have kids just yet. Second, even though everything that you've ever heard about time management is all logical tips and...