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January 04, 2005
Evolution at Darwinmag.com
THE GIFT OF TIME
Don't you wish you had more time to get things done, pay attention to family and take better care of yourself? It's the one gift that tops everyone's wish list. So, to wrap up 2004, here's Darwin's gift to you: time.
—Janice Brand, Editor
JBrand@darwinmag.com

Special Double Issue
Features for December 22 – January 4


FINDING TIME
Top Five Time Management Mistakes
If you heed the advice in this article, you'll find that you've given yourself the gift of extra — and quality — time. By Dr. Don Wetmore


ON THE MIND
Give Yourself a Break Already
Take time out for lunch or exercise. You'll be doing yourself and your business a big favor. By Chuck Martin


TIME OFF
What It's Like to Take a Vacation
Keep this in mind: Your staff can hold anything for you for a week, important things for two weeks and nothing for three weeks. Then, they have to handle it — and you return to an empty in-box. By Bob Weir as told to Alice Dragoon


USER BLUES
A New-Age Neatnik
Another time saver: Keep a neat desk. Maybe you think that's easier said than done, but here's how to do get one from the actual owner of a neat desk. Thomas Wailgum


TIME FOR YOU
Self-Improvement
An up-and-comer subjects himself to an executive coach. How would you stand up to a lot of self-examination crammed into a single, turbocharged day? By Todd Datz


INTRANETS
The Politics of Ownership
Instead of wasting time wrangling over who does what with your intranet, determine a working structure early on. By Toby Ward


SURVEY
Lend Darwin a Hand
Thanks in advance for taking the time to fill out our super-quick Darwin survey.

OUR COLUMNISTS

LEGALLY SPEAKING
A Strategy for Corporate Instant Messaging in 2005
John A. Gliedman has some strategies to minimize corporate IM's risks.


ON LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION
The Power of Apology
John Baldoni says apologizing for a mistake or a misdeed is a sign of strength. It is something that should be taught, not avoided.


WHERE I WORK
The Year Ahead
Columnist Gabriel Fuchs goes bravely where everyone else is going this time of year: into predictionland.

ETHICS @ WORK
Expense Reports, Gyms and Vendors Darwin's resident ethicist John Kador has a thing or two to say about filing honest expense reports, gym membership and dealing with vendor gifts.

ETHICS & PRIVACY
Show Me the Money
Dr. Larry Ponemon proves that customers’ trust in an organization results in their being more interested in purchasing products and services.


FIVE THOUGHTS
Intelligent Mistakes with Intelligence CEO Jonathan Stern had to learn that intelligent software isn't enough to win customers. He had to listen to what they really wanted too. By Ben Bradley


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