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4 Ways to Protect Your Time, According to the Founders of Warby Parker, Minted, and Other Top Businesses

As an entrepreneur, your time will always be in demand. Here's how founders at four businesses prioritize their own needs.

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1. Reschedule.

"I reschedule meetings every day," says Jesse Draper, founder of Halogen Ventures. "I don't cancel for the fun of it, and never last minute if I can help it. But I reprioritize every month, every week, and every day to make sure I'm staying focused on my goals."

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