SNEWS Reader Poll: To-do lists and work project completion

So much to do. So little time. According to our most recent SNEWS® Mini-Survey, over 50 percent of outdoor and fitness industry respondents have between 11 and 40 items on the daily to-do list.
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So much to do. So little time. According to our most recent SNEWS® Mini-Survey, over 50 percent of outdoor and fitness industry respondents have between 11 and 40 items on the daily to-do list. And only 30 percent report they are able to get more than 71 percent of the list completed each day.





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