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"Does thou love life? Then do not squander time; for that's the stuff life is made of." Benjamin Franklin wrote those words some 250 years before we were faced with the distraction and demands of a sinking economy, the Internet, e-mail, and social networking, yet they have greater resonance than ever. BusinessWeek.com's John Byrne, Patricia O'Connell and Shirley Brady asked their followers on Twitter for their best time management tips, and we're re-tweeting the best of the bunch. Thanks to everyone who contributed, and if you're on Twitter please keep sharing tips to #timetips.
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